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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were pretty grossed out by a prosthetic foot in Belfast yesterday

THEIR FACES.

PRINCE HARRY AND Meghan Markle enjoyed a surprise visit to Belfast yesterday.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Visit Northern Ireland Source: Samir Hussein

Look, Meghan even dressed like a tricolour. Kinda.

In between sampling Guinness and Irish stew, the pair took a visit to the Titanic Museum and Northern Ireland’s ‘next generation science park’, Catalyst Inc.

Here, they met with Nuala Campbell, founder of Titanic FX. She makes prosthetics for films and medical demonstrations, including Game of Thrones.

She showed Harry and Meghan some of her wares, including this horrible looking foot

“Yes Harry, no need to point, I can see it”.

BRITAIN-NIRELAND-ROYALS Source: AFP/Getty Images

Harry’s face was a picture

BRITAIN-NIRELAND-ROYALS Source: AFP/Getty Images

He’s not a foot man, so

According to the Daily Mail, Campbell told the couple that the foot was modelled on her own.

“This is your foot? You might want to have that looked at”, Harry replied.

BRITAIN-NIRELAND-ROYALS Source: AFP/Getty Images

Yeah, we really can’t blame him

The company themselves are taking it as a win, saying:

I think you’ll agree that they were surprised by the realism of our Prosthetic Gelatin Props! Their facial expressions say it all.

Shivers.

BRITAIN-NIRELAND-ROYALS Source: AFP/Getty Images

Are they going to have a great impression of Belfast? This little chap wouldn’t even give up his Easter egg for the royal. We don’t blame you, lad.

Source: The Royal Family Channel/YouTube

 

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