Meghan Markle gets kissed from Prince Harry at Invictus Games

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The pair had raised eyebrows when they sat 20 rows apart when the Invictus Games opened over a week ago.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were spotting engaging in some major public displays of affection during the closing ceremonies of the Invictus Games in Toronto on Saturday night.

Earlier this week the Internet went into meltdown when the Suits actress and her Prince were spotted courtside holding hands - their first official public appearance. Meghan showed a lot of support to her boyfriend during the event which she had attended with her mother Doria Radlan and their two friends Jessica Mulroney and Markus Anderson who is thought to have been the first to introduce Meghan to the prince.

Days after Prince Harry struck up a friendship with a toddler, after she was caught red handed stealing his popcorn while watching a match at the Invictus Games, the 33-year-old has been spotted smooching his girlfriend, Meghan Markle, and it was everything we wanted to see and more.

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The closing night ceremony featured a speech by Prince Harry and performances by Bruce Springsteen, Bryan Adams, Kelly Clarkson, Bachman & Turner and Coeur de pirate. At one point, Prince Harry even planted a kiss on Markle's cheek.

With an royal engagement believed to be on the cards, Meghan revealed her love for Harry in a recent interview with Vanity Fair.

"And you never know, this may just be the missing piece of the puzzle to help you regain that satisfaction of serving others once again", he added.

The Invictus Games finished on a high with the closing ceremony after 550 athletes from the Armed Forces competed for medals across the week. They are in Sydney next year.

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