Prince Harry holds hands with Meghan Markle at Invictus Games

Violet Powell
September 27, 2017

It looks like Meghan Markle's ex-husband, Trevor Engelson, found a creative inspiration from her romance with Prince Harry.

The prince and Markle held hands Monday as they walked toward Toronto's city hall and attended a wheelchair tennis event at Harry's Invictus Games for wounded veterans. As the players changed ends after each game, Harry and Meghan chatted with fans seated near them.

The prince was seen sporting an "Invictus Games" polo shirt and jeans while the America actress also kept it low in a white button-down shirt with ripped blue denim jeans. About 550 competitors from around the world take part in 12 different games during the Invictus Games.

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Anderson is responsible for Markle and beau Prince Harry meeting and dating. And the Natalie flat, with its sleek pointed toe and feminine bow detail, complemented Markle's ensemble perfectly.

Meghan wore a plum chiffon dress by Aritzia to the glity opening ceremony, keeping her look casual with a leather biker jacket slung over her shoulders.

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There were also no signs of an engagement ring on Meghan's finger.

But while they've been dating for nearly a year, Meghan and Harry didn't actually sit together.

The seating arrangement was in line with royal protocol, which states that couples aren't allowed to sit next to each other at formal events unless they are officially engaged.

Now that they've stepped out together, rumours of an engagement are at an all-time high.

The prince and his actress girlfriend seemed absorbed by the close match, which saw New Zealand defeat Australia 6-3 to advance to the final. Oliver Lawler, 8, and his older brother, Bailey, 10, both got to talk and shake hands with Meghan and Harry. Either way, with Meghan there everyone was still talking about her and Harry.

The formality of their security detail was in contrast to the intimacy shown when the two were photographed at the match laughing and frequently touching each other.

Her mother Danielle Gommers told People, "Every time she sees Prince Harry on the television or in a magazine she says 'It's my friend Prince Harry'".

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