Prince Harry *Kissed* Meghan Markle in Public at the Invictus Games Closing Ceremony
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been the center of attention as of late, thanks to their first public appearance as a couple for the 33-year-old’s Invictus Games in Toronto. All week long, the world has been watching as the lovebirds held hands while cozying up next to each other throughout the event. Things reached a fever pitch, however, when Prince Harry took their PDA next level and openly kissed his girlfriend’s cheek!
It was during the Games’ closing ceremony on Saturday at downtown Toronto’s Air Canada Center that the pair was snapped in the VIP box while taking in performances from music acts such as Bruce Springsteen, Bryan Adams, and Kelly Clarkson.
The 33-year-old monarch lovingly placed his arm around his love, as she put her head on his shoulder (aww!) and went in for the kill, landing a huge kiss on her cheek, as she smiled from ear to ear.
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As Royal etiquette expert Myka Meier told People back in 2016, “There is no actual etiquette or Royal protocol that says the couple must refrain from PDA.” However, many Royal couples, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge included, often skimp on the such showy displays of affection in public as representatives of the Monarchy “to remain professional during their designated roles abroad.”
First picture of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and her mother Doria together – courtesy of top Daily Mail photographer Mark Large pic.twitter.com/7tp211ilhY
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As if that wasn’t serious enough for you, the Suits actress also brought along her mom along for the festivities, driving speculation of an upcoming engagement ever further.
Is it too early to say “Congrats, you two?”
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(Photo via Karwai Tang + Chris Jackson/Getty)