Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make their first public appearance together

Lawrence Kim
September 26, 2017

Though Markle no doubt was under Buckingham Palace instructions to make a discreet appearance at the opening ceremonies, her outfit drew immediate attention. And it appears that if their relationship does head down that road, it'll be paved with great fashion.

His girlfriend Meghan joined Harry for the first time at an official event on Saturday, while he's reportedly been to visit her on the set of her legal drama Suits.

Prince Harry formed the idea of the Invictus Games shortly after he visited the Warrior Games in the United States, which is a competition for wounded servicemen organised by the U.S. Department of Defense.

The couple's public displays of affection come on the heels of Markle's Vanity Fair cover story, where she opened up about how "in love" they are with one another. "It was nuts, ' she says".

The couple dated for two years, during which time they were photographed at rugby matches and charity events together.

For example, in 2009 the Prince was linked to TV presenter Caroline Flack. She also noted that they're both "very kind and genuine".

During a visit with Gov. Gen. David Johnston, Harry called the city his "home away from home," and said it was "always a pleasure to visit". None of the relationships were confirmed by the Prince.

He lost part of his right arm and part of his left hand, his right eye and was visually impaired in his left eye, while rendering safe an improvised explosive device.

"Welcome to our humble country", Johnston told the prince.

'At the moment, my focus is very much on work.

Trevor, 40, is said to have been inspired by real-life events. Tasteful yet trendy? We love!

Prince Harry, who himself is a military veteran and served two tours in Afghanistan, established the games for sick and injured veterans from around the world, according to the Houston Chronicle. Eee, we can only hope and wait...

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