But in their last appearance before the big news, they touched down in London to visit Canada House and thank the country's commissioner and staff for the A+ hospitality they received during their stay. As kind as this is of them, it doesn't come as much of a surprise for the Sussexes to do this considering the history they have with Canada.
"The Duke and Duchess have a strong connection to Canada," they wrote via the Sussex Royal Instagram account. "It's a country The Duke of Sussex has visited many times over the years and it was also home to The Duchess for seven years before she became a member of The Royal Family."
Following their visit, Meghan and Harry posted literally the cutest video of them together at Canada House. From the looks of it, even with the big news, they are brimming with positive energy and feeling super connected to each other, according to body language expert Blanca Cobb. Cobb analyzed the video for Cosmopolitan and had nothing but amazing things to say. In fact, she legit said, "They're crazy about each other" right now.
Meghan and Harry's connection in the video can be seen in how they subconsciously mimic each other's movements, Cobb explained. "As they're sitting on the couch, she sweeps her hair with her right hand and then he touches his eyebrow within two seconds. I'm pointing it out because it's really important, because it's what we call mirroring," she said. "Let's say someone fixes a pendant and then someone immediately touches a watch. You do this on a subconscious level to show you're in sync. It's just more evidence of how emotionally connected they are."
If that wasn't enough for ya, Meghan and Harry are still doing adorable sh*t like randomly touching each other for no reason whatsoever too (more than a year into their marriage, might I add)! "There are lots of touches between the two of them. I'm talking about appropriate touches, like when he's touching her back. They're maintaining their connection, they're maintaining their contact. It's very loving, but it's also reassuring between the two of them," Cobb added.
Even through the end of the video, Cobb said that Meghan and Harry still mirrored each other's movements. "At the end of the video, they're walking hand in hand and they're leading with the same leg, the right leg, and they have a very similar stride." Again, this is a really good sign of a couple in a happy, healthy relationship!
"So...what does this all mean?" you ask. It means that Meghan and Harry's Canada trip likely did wonders for their relationship and allowed them to be even more in tune with one another, which is especially important right before they made a big life change. "They're just a couple who's in sync with each other. I think they're crazy about each other. They are a united front," Cobb said. "I think there is genuine love between the two of them—and friendship and compassion and all the wonderful things that you would love to be in a loving couple, I think they show that."
Welp, if one trip to Canada did Meghan and Harry this much good, it's no wonder they're considering moving there permanently!
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.