It's hard to believe it's been three whole months since Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle and the new husband and wife became the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Since their historical May 19 wedding, the royal couple have taken to married life with total joy and ease.
As the Duchess of Sussex navigates her newfound role as a full-time royal, her in-laws have welcomed her with open arms.
And now, a rare, never-before-seen moment from Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's wedding day has surfaced showing just how helpful Duchess Catherine was for her sister-in-law on her wedding day.
On Tuesday, Royal fan account Tea Time With The Cambridges took to Twitter to share a blink-and-you'll-miss-it clip from the 2018 Royal Wedding, which shows a person who could be Kate handing Meghan Markle her bouquet as she arrives at St George's Chapel before walking down the aisle, part accompanied by Prince Charles, part solo.
You can watch the amazing moment in the player above!
In the touching footage, someone can be seen quickly stepping out from the pews to pass Meghan her elegant posy which Prince Harry hand-picked and were made of sweet peas, lily of the valley, astilbe, jasmine, astrantia and Princess Diana's favourite flower, forget-me-nots.
Perhaps the sweet encounter was initially missed on the day because the camera was positioned from an aerial view when Meghan entered the church.
However, eagle-eyed fans have also pointed out it could be Meghan's florist Philippa Craddock.
"That's not Kate. She's already in the quire when Meghan & Charles come in. They walk right past her," one person penned.
"I thought pics showed KATE already seated in the quire/ before #MeghanMarkle walked up the aisle. Could it have been the florist who gave Meghan her bouquet?" Another noted.
Whoever it was certainly had Meghan's back!
Watch the moment again below and decide for yourself! Post continues...
Of course, it's not the only amazing moment from Meghan and Harry's wedding day that nearly went unnoticed.
At the time, royal watchers questioned if Meghan had curtsied to the Queen during the ceremony.
As protocol dictates, all royal brides must curtsy to the Monarch and royal grooms have to nod their head as a sign of respect.
Meghan's starring moment came after the congregation sung the national anthem God Save The Queen, however right as she curtsied the cameras sadly cut-away from the close-up shot and panned to an aerial view, and therefore viewers at home missed the moment.
WATCH: Meghan Markle curtsies to the Queen. Post continues...
And if you closely re-watch the carriage ride procession you'll see that as the horse-drawn carriage rides past Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and other senior Royal Family members, Meghan bows her head and Prince Harry gives a salute in the direction of his grandmother.
Meanwhile, since her May 19th celebrations Meghan has been growing extremely close with her sister-in-law Duchess Catherine.
The ladies' tight bond was on full display when they made their first joint appearance at Wimbledon in July.