A clip has gone viral of Meghan Markle's reaction to being interrupted during TV interview back in 2016.
A resurfaced video, which shows the Duchess of Sussex's "cheeky" was recorded just two months before her first ever date with now-husband Prince Harry.
It shows Meghan exhibiting her famed "good-natured" self during an interview with US news network Entertainment Tonight Canada.
The Duchess of Sussex was promoting her fashion shoot with Reitmans to viewers, when she was interrupted by builders.
The then-Suits star was in the midst of explaining how her style was different from her on-screen character Rachel Zane as well as making the interviewer laugh as she jokes "pause for sound" as she smiled into the camera.
Body language expert Judi James says the old video can be seen as a way of understanding Meghan's "cheeky" personality.
Judi told the Express : "Often the most authentic glimpses of any performer’s personality come during the out-takes though. How do they cope when things go wrong? Does the camera-perfect smile fade or a look of irritation appear?"
She added that the reaction to the interruption shows off her character: "Anyone who has ever done an interview to camera will know that, no matter where you are filming, a drill will start up from somewhere nearby and spoil the shot. Meghan gets interrupted mid-flow by drilling here and her reaction does suggest good-natured sweetness."
In the old interview, Meghan talks about her love life at the time, not knowing she would be embarking on a romance with Prince Harry just months later.
She said she hoped for a relationship like the characters Ross and Rachel from the hit sitcom Friends.
Meghan says: "We can all have that love! Ross and Rachel."
Judi goes on to says that you can see Meghan's excitement when talking about her love life due to "clenching her fists in the air in excitement".
She said: "When [Meghan] raises her clenched fists in the air in excitement as she claims ‘we should all have that love’ as she talks about Ross and Rachel from Friends, or when she giggles, adopting a self-diminished pose with her elbows pulled into her torso."