Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle is pictured attending a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House on March 11, 2019, in London, England. Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images

Meghan Markle reportedly shares a unique quality with Princess Diana but has taken it to another level.

Royal photographer Arthur Edwards recently opened up to The Sun about how natural Markle is when it comes to interacting with children and said that this is something that the late Princess of Wales started when she was still alive.

“As an actress and showbiz star, she has been interacting with the public for many years – and she is a natural with kids. Just recently in Morocco, though heavily pregnant, she crouched down low and stayed talking to a little girl for ages, oblivious of the strong sun,” he said.

Edwards added that when doing their walkabouts, Prince Harry oftentimes had to wait for Markle to finish talking everyone she sees along the way. The royal photographer said that Princess Diana also taught Prince Harry how to become incredibly approachable when out in public. And the way Prince Harry is towards children is something that he got from his mom.

“Just as Diana taught him, he gets down to their level and often tries to make them smile. He can’t stop himself – it’s like he becomes a kid again,” he said.

Meanwhile, Markle and Prince Harry naturalness when it comes to dealing and talking to children would surely come in handy now that they are parents themselves. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex just welcomed their son on May 6.

Markle had been overdue before she gave birth at The Portland Hospital in London. Hours after her baby’s birth, Markle and Prince Harry returned to Frogmore Cottage with their son.

Sources claimed that Markle’s trip to the hospital was kept a big secret even from senior royals. Within hours after the birth of their son, Prince Harry appeared in a brief press conference announcing that his wife and son are both doing well.

He also said that they have not decided for a name for their baby and said that royal watchers and the media would get to see his family this week.