It was the kiss seen 'round the internet.
This is us right now.
Together, the pair, joined by Markle's mom, Doria Radlan, watched performers Bruce Springsteen, Bryan Adams, Kelly Clarkson, Bachman & Turner, and Coeur de pirate close out the eight-day sporting event at Toronto's Air Canada Centre.
And we are so here for all the snuggling action that went down.
It can't get any cuter than these lovebirds:
It's interesting to note how affectionate the couple are in public, as PDA is a rare occurrence for the Royal Family when they're appearing at official events. As People.com notes, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are rarely seen engaging in PDA, as it's expected that a certain stoic decorum should be followed. But it shows just how serious the prince is about Markle.
According to the Telegraph, Harry is already familiar with Markle's mom, having met her earlier this year when she visited London, where Markle gave her a tour of her home away from home.
Both mom and daughter looked super chic in their luxury box. Wearing a cream trench coat by Canadian brand LINE, and a black top and matching pants, Markle, 36, looked on proudly from her seat as she watched her boyfriend of more than one year make his closing speech to the massive audience, while Radlan sported jeans and a blush-coloured, flowy top.
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"Right now you're on a high — at the summit of a mountain many of you thought was too high to climb. You have done it. This is the moment, right here, right now, shoulder to shoulder, you are Invictus," Harry,33, told the competitors to a cheering crowd.
It's been quite the busy week for Harry and Markle, who made their first public appearance together as a couple on Sept. 25 when they attended an Invictus Games wheelchair tennis match at Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square and were spotted holding hands.
Eagle-eyed fashionistas also noticed that Markle was wearing a Misha Nonoo button-down called the "Husband" shirt.
Aside from spending time with his girlfriend, the prince has been very involved in the Games, from cheering on athletes — servicemen and women who are wounded, injured, or ill — to handing out medals, to speaking out on the positive effects sports has on the athletes' mental health, to meeting his fans.
But he also made sure to be a supportive boyfriend.
Harry reportedly visited Markle on the Toronto set of the show "Suits," where she plays paralegal-turned-associate Rachel Zane.
"He was super low key, met some crew and was so happy to watch his lady," a source told Hello. "He's incredibly supportive of her work."
"Meghan showed him around set," the source added. "Everyone was so excited."
Their appearances together in Toronto has sparked more engagement speculation, especially on the heels of that now-famous Vanity Fair interview, where Markle declared her and Harry to be "in love."
"We're a couple. We're in love," Markle told the mag for their Oct. 2017 issue. "I'm sure there will be a time when we will have to come forward and present ourselves and have stories to tell, but I hope what people will understand is that this is our time. This is for us. It's part of what makes it so special, that it's just ours. But we're happy. Personally, I love a great love story."
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