Trying to ensure children are on their best behaviour is always tricky, and it seems even royal company isn’t enough to make them listen.
Journalist Jo Wadsworth captured the children dancing outside the Royal Pavilion and said: “Despite strict instructions not to - a couple of the kids couldn’t resist a royal floss.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were visiting the county on a one-day royal tour, stopping at various locations, including Brighton, Chichester, Bognor and Peacehaven.
On the final leg, Meghan was spotted rushing to the aid of one young girl - 10-year-old Kara Fairhall - who had fallen over in the crowd and was crying.
The Duchess comforted her. She later said: “I felt a lot better afterwards and I said thank you to her. She’s really nice and I was really happy I got to meet her.”
After visiting the pavilion, the couple made their way to the Survivors’ Network, a charity in the city that supports survivors of rape and sexual assault.
Director Jay Breslaw, told the BBC: “We recognise the huge importance to us as a small charity in Sussex, and particularly in this time when funding is difficult, funds are being cut.”