After the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spotted two hikers struggling to take a selfie in Canada on New Year's Day, the couple swooped in and offered to take the trekkers' photo.
So, how did this royal run-in occur? According to CTV News Vancouver Island, Iliya Pavlovic and Asymina Kantorowicz had just finished their a picnic at Horth Hill Regional Park when they decided to capture the picturesque moment. After struggling with a selfie stick, the two caught the attention of a nearby group. While the hikers were checking out the snaps, one of the group members came over to offer some assistance.
"She starts asking if we want her to take a photo for us," Kantorowicz, who works for CTV News Vancouver Island, told the news outlet. "We said sure. I didn't see who she was at that time."
That volunteer just so happened to be the duchess—and she wasn't alone. According to the outlet, Kantorowicz noticed Meghan's former Suits co-star, Abigail Spencer, was also there.
"I froze up. I actually couldn't believe who it was," Kantorowicz told the outlet. "Then I looked over to the side and that's when I realized Prince Harry was standing there. I kept looking back and forth like, 'Is this actually happening?'"