That was polo star Nacho Figueras' solution when he found himself alongside Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, during the trophy ceremony following the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup at the Royal County Berkshire Polo Club on Thursday.
The sweltering temperatures meant the match between Harry's Sentebale St Regis team, captained by Sentebale ambassador Nacho Figueras, and the Royal Salute players, led by Malcolm Borwick, was shortened to protect the polo ponies, and the breaks were lengthened.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle weren't exactly breaking royal protocol, although royals are generally encouraged to keep public displays of affection to a minimum - the importance of adhering to this rule changes based on seniority in the royal family and of course the type of event one is supporting.
The Sentebale charity competition raises money for the non-profit Harry co-founded in 2006, which aims to help children affected by HIV and AIDS in Botswana and Lethoso.
The Duchess of Sussex has quickly become a popular royal with fans and the Internet went wild over their PDA.
Meghan Markle Kisses Prince Harry—and His Teammate—at Sentebale Polo Cup
You may see the Duke and Duchess and their viral kiss in the video below.
Last year, the Argentine dad-of-four opened up about Meghan Markle and Harry's relationship, telling HELLO!
According to Kensington Royal, the Sentebale Polo game raised over $1 million in US dollars for the charity. Meghan Markle was on hand to cheer him on.
Perhaps her most noteworthy accessory, a basket clutch from high-street favourite J.Crew.
The royal couple wasn't shy about showing affection in public.