They made headlines after both being spotted (albeit seated separately) at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games in Toronto on Sunday. So, when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were snapped yesterday, hand-in-hand and looking more loved-up, royal fans went into meltdown.
The couple, who made their first official public appearance together yesterday since they started dating last summer, were snapped looking blissfully happy whilst they watched the Invictus Games tennis tournament in Toronto.
And, if the most recent photos of the couple out and about in public together for the first time weren’t enough to convince royal watchers that an engagement is imminent, Meghan herself seemed to hint at the couple’s commitment to one another through her choice of attire.
Whilst Prince Harry wore on official Invictus Games polo shirt and jeans, Meghan looked cool and casual in ripped denim jeans and a crisp white shirt by designer Misha Nonoo.
The shirt, which retails for $185 on mishanonoo.com, is named ‘The Husband Shirt‘ in the designer’s recently launched Easy 8 Collection.
A subtle hint towards the couple’s commitment to one another perhaps? Many seem to think so, and luckily it appears that the Palace well and truly approves of the royal romance.
Following Meghan and Prince Harry’s appearance at the Invictus Games opening ceremony at the weekend, the Queen’s representative in Canada described the couple’s relationship as ‘marvellous’.
David Johnston, Canada’s Governor General, told ITV News that he hoped if the couple did get married in the future, it would strengthen ties between the UK and Canada.
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‘Well I think it would be quite marvellous and I hope it would be quite marvellous for him and obviously it will help to bring us together,’ he said. ‘But, you know, that reflects so many of the people-to-people ties that are so strong.’
Although the Invictus Games run until the end of this week, with the closing ceremony on September 30th, it is not known if Meghan will join Prince Harry for any further events.