Meghan Markle Supports Prince Harry During Toronto Invictus Games Opening Ceremony

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The week-long Invictus Games were founded by Prince Harry to focus on the "unconquerable character of servicemen and women", and are taking place in the same city where Markle films her TV show.

Meghan and Harry have been pictured at the Invictus Games in Toronto together, even seen holding hands while Harry kissed his girlfriend's head.

Both were casually dressed in jeans, with Harry in an Invictus Games polo shirt and Markle in a loose white blouse (and slaying a stylish slit in the knee of her denim).

The pair's relaxed attitude at the match was in stark contrast to the fevered speculation that surrounded the games' opening ceremony in Toronto last night, at which Harry and Meghan were seated separately.

A young Australian boy is in the spotlight after becoming one of the first people to meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a public setting.

"Every time she and Harry spoke, we could hear "click, click, click" of the cameras" reported Dee O'Connor, a New Zealand team official who sat near Meghan and Harry.

She added, "They were watching the game and cheering on my stepdad".

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Social media reactions to the 20-minute meeting soon honed in on the unusual way Harry held his right hand while posing for photos.

Prince Harry founded the worldwide sporting event in 2014 after a visit in to the US-based Warrior Games. The charismatic royal favorite walked hand in hand with the American actress at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.

The pair finally got to sit together today after the royal joined Melania Trump yesterday for the start of the tournament.

'I missed half the game because we were chit-chatting.

Instagram/MeghanMarkleMeghan Markle's ex-husband is doing a royal divorce drama inspired by the "Suits" star. She recently broke her silence on the romance, telling Vanity Fair, "We're a couple".

"On behalf of my husband and our entire country, I want to thank you and your families for all you have sacrificed to keep us safe", Trump said at a reception for the USA team.

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