Prince Harry blushes after he's CAT CALLED by cheeky 72-year-old Aussie woman

The Duke was about to unveil a plaque on the sun-kissed Fraser Island when cheeky local Mally Clarke shouted at him.

And the brazen flirting caught the Prince off guard and rendered him speechless.

“Awww, here we go! He’s better looking in person!,” called a voice from the crowd as Harry positioned himself to address fans, gathered at the island's forest.

“I’ll second that!” another voice yelled.

Harry blushed and laughed to cheers from the gathered attendees.

“I’ll take that as a compliment,” he eventually said before making his official speech and unveiling a plaque dedicating the forest to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy.

The cheeky comment that distracted the prince came from 72-year-old Mally Clarke, a indigenous elder, who stole the show at the small ceremony attended by traditional land owners.

“I don’t know what’s gonna come out of my mouth,” Miss Clarke told after the ceremony.

“When he came out I just thought, ‘Oooh, he’s even better in the flesh. He better tell his wife about me.”

It’s the second time the plaque has been unveiled. His father prince Charles first presented it in Bundaberg earlier this year following the announcement more than 200,000 acres of the island would be protected by the initiative.

“Luckily we are both highly skilled at unveiling plaques. It runs in the family,” he joked.

The Duchess will not join Harry on official duty, taking today to rest at a luxury resort as he tours the paradise isle.

Meghan looked very relaxed wearing an £89 claret '& Other Stories' midi dress with white polka dots, sunglasses and brown strappy sandals.

The gorgeous island is known for its rolling sandy beaches, lush rainforest and wild dingo population.


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