Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan keep much of their life in California under wraps, but sometimes, we get a rare and unique insight - and if we're very lucky, a glimpse at one of their precious dogs.
A video of the Duke and Duchess is doing the rounds after the couple gave an extremely rare interview with UK publication, the Evening Standard - and the video revealed more than they probably planned for.
Speaking to the publication during Black History Month, the Duke and Duchess talked about the need to end structural racism in the UK.
They spoke candidly to the camera: "For as long as structural racism exists, there will be generations of young people of colour who do not start their lives with the same equality of opportunity as their white peers," Harry said during the interview.
They also spoke of their own experience in raising a child, and noticing the disparities in racial equality.
"You know, when you go into a shop with your children and you only see white dolls, do you even think: 'That's weird, there is not a black doll there?" Harry added.
"And I use that as just one example of where we as white people don't always have the awareness of what it must be like for someone else of a different coloured skin, of a black skin, to be in the same situation as we are, where the world that we know has been created by white people for white people."
Harry further reiterated that now was not the time to point the finger in blame, rather, it was better to move forward.
"This is about learning. And about how we can make it better," he said as Meghan nodded in agreement.
The video speaks for itself, and clearly struck a chord with fans who shared their admiration in the comments section of the Evening Standard's Instagram update.
"What a wonderful way to use their platform!" wrote one.
Another added two hashtags: #inspiredByHarry and #inspiredByMeghan.
Things got all the more exciting in the video when a special cameo appearance from Meghan's adorable beagle, Guy, stole the show for a moment.
The Duke and Duchess are highly secretive about their dogs - their other dog, a black labrador, Pula, has only been spotted twice.
With that said, it was undoubtedly a thrill to see little Guy, even just for a moment as the pair continue to use their platform to shine light on social causes and injustices.
Here's hoping there's plenty more dog-filled videos to come.