To hell with royal protocol - Prince Harry is a man in love and he'll smooch his girl if he wants to!
Over the weekend, the 33-year-old royal was joined by his girlfriend of a year, Suits star Meghan Markle, 36, for the closing ceremony of his beloved Invictus Games.
They may have been seated apart for the opening ceremony but it was a different story on Saturday evening.
Man of the hour Harry left his VIP box to spend time with Meghan, her mother Doria Radlan and the star's good mates, Jessica Mulroney, and the mutual friend responsible for first introducing the couple last year, Markus Anderson, in their own luxury box at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
Like something out of a romcom, the pair cuddled and kissed as Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams took to the stage to perform.
And it's little wonder Prince Harry was in the mood to celebrate with the most important woman of his life! The royal has once again spearheaded another successful week-long Invictus Games, calling it the most successful games yet.
Making the night even more special was the fact Meghan's yoga instructor mother Doria was also there to celebrate.
This marks the first time we've seen Harry, Meghan and her mum together in public although Harry has met Doria in private before. Harry appeared relaxed in Doria's company and had clearly gone above and beyond to make sure she felt welcome.
Having Meghan's mum at the closing ceremony sends a clear message as to just how serious they are and engagement rumours have officially reached fever pitch.
This latest loved-up outing comes hot on the heels of their amorous display at the wheelchair semi-finals last week, which was their first official outing as a couple.
Proving just how serious he is about Meghan, Harry has thrown the royal rule book out the window and given his princess-to-be her own security team, including a royal protection officer from Scotland Yard, all the while showering Meghan with affection.
Traditional protocol dictates royals don't engage in public displays of affection and over the years, Prince William and Duchess Catherine are rarely spotted holding hands on kissing while in the view of the public.
It's easy to see the prince has loved having his girlfriend along to support him at the games, which he founded in 2014 for wounded service men and women.
Last week Harry was chatting to cyclists who were competing when he revealed that Meghan was “loving” the Paralympic-style event.
Speaking to People, former U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Kyle Burnett revealed, "I asked him how his girlfriend was enjoying it and he said, ‘She loves it, she’s loving the games,’ which is awesome."
After such a stunning debut as a couple, we're sure a royal engagement is just around the corner!
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