- Members of the British royal family often interact with young members of the public.
- When royals meet kids, they often turn back into kids themselves.
- Photos show kids bringing out the playful sides of royal family members.
Queen Elizabeth received flowers from a child during a visit to the Scottish Seabird Center in 2009, in North Berwick, Scotland.
Kate Middleton greeted children after attending the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London in 2018.
Kate laughed with children during a meeting of the Charities Forum at BAFTA in London in 2015.
Kate said hello to Diane Leach and her daughter Tilly as she arrived for a visit to the Pegasus Primary School in Oxford in 2018.
Kate helped a blindfolded boy ice a cake as she promotes disability awareness at a Poplar Beaver Scout Colony in London in 2014, in east London, England.
William gestured to his teeth as he met a 7-year-old patient while discussing her missing front tooth and broken arm at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital in 2016.
William gave an 11-year-old girl a high five during his visit to Kingshurst Sporting FC in 2009.
William high fived local children during a visit to Stirling Castle in Scotland in 2016.
William played soccer with pupils at a local school in the old quarter of Hanoi, Vietnam, in 2016.
William joined soccer practice with the Wildcats Girls' soccer program during a reception at Kensington Palace in 2017.
Queen Elizabeth was presented with a tablet computer by a 12-year-old admirer during her visit to the Royal Commonwealth Society in 2012.
Kate received a traditional Maori welcome called a "hongi" from a local 5-year-old in Dunedin, New Zealand, in 2014.
Harry reacted with a silly face when a young girl stole some of his popcorn at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.
Harry talks to children, including one dressed as Spider Man, at a tea party for children of fallen soldiers at Buckingham Palace in 2017.
Harry played with a child at the Lesotho Child Counselling Unit (LCCU) in 2008.
A group of childen pushed Harry on a swing with children at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London in 2014.
Meghan was enveloped in a group hug at a street dance class in Cardiff, Wales, in 2018.
Meghan hugged a 10-year-old girl who said she wants to be an actress as she and Harry arrived in Birmingham, England, in 2018.
Queen Elizabeth accepted flowers from children in Berlin during her state visit to Germany in 2015.
Queen Elizabeth received a garland of flowers in Maidstone, England, in 2011.
Queen Elizabeth greeted an 8-year-old patient wearing a tiara at the Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC, in 2007.