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Actress Meghan Markle Joins Her Royal Boyfriend Prince Harry At Invictus Games Opening

News by Joey Jordan Published on 24 Sep,2017 Updated on 07 May,2018

Finally! Prince Harry and girlfriend Meghan Markle has made their first public appearance one year after their romance sparked. Though it wasn't their official appearance together, they were seen together in the same auditorium on Saturday, 23 September.

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Markle joined her Royal boyfriend, Prince Harry at the opening ceremony of the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.

The 36-year-old American actress wasn't together with Harry, however, was few rows apart from his seat. She enjoyed the ceremony from the Air Canada Center sitting aside Markus Anderson- who reportedly introduced her to Prince a year ago.

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Meghan, who was in a purple dress and a matching $ 690 Mackage leather jacket, was seen smiling broadly and clapping enthusiastically as Prince Harry was shown live on the screen in the auditorium.

Prince Harry, sitting rows apart from his girlfriend was spotted sitting aside with various foreign dignitaries including the American first lady Melania Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Prince Harry and his current girlfriend Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and his current girlfriend, Meghan Markle

Source; Hello magazine

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The game’s opening ceremony began with a parade of the 550 competitors from 17 different countries- Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan, the Tenors and other popular artists entertained the crowd.

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Earlier that day, The Wales' Prince held bilateral meetings with U.S. first lady Trump, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, and the Governor General David Johnston.

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