Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Make Their First Official Appearance Together

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If this doesn't make it official, not sure what does. Over the weekend, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first official appearance together at the Invictus Games in Toronto. Harry and Meghan didn't sit together at the event, instead choosing to be placed a few rows apart from one another, but it's more than obvious that this is so much more than a fling for these two -- and we love it. 

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Prince Harry, who hosted the Paralympic-style games for wounded veterans from around the world, sat a few rows ahead of the Suits actress with First Lady Melania Trump. Throughout the games Meghan, who wore a purple dress with a purple leather coat draped over her shoulders, seemed super enthusiastic, cheering after Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau made his welcome address, and after actor Mike Myers, who's an ambassador of the games, gave a speech. Throughout the event, she sat with her friend Markus Anderson. 

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This, of course, isn't Harry and Meghan's first time meeting in Toronto, as Harry occasionally finds himself there on royal business, and it's where Meghan shoots Suits. In December, Harry reportedly flew to Toronto to spend time with Meghan after being in the Caribbean. The pair also spent Easter there this year. 

Of course, they've also been spending more time in the UK, as well. There have been numerous reports saying that Meghan plans on moving to London in December after Suits wraps. These rumors, not surprisingly, have yet to be confirmed by either party -- but! Last month, Meghan and Harry spent time at Queen Elizabeth's Scottish highlands estate, and it's there that she reportedly met the Queen.

We may not have gotten a photo of Harry and Meghan together just yet, but the Invictus Games do run until Saturday, so there's still time. And whether we see them together or not, it's safe to say that this relationship is the real deal. 

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