You guys, it's really happening!
After making their first public appearance together (kinda, but not really) on Saturday at the Invictus Games' opening ceremony, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have stepped up their game, displaying all kinds of cute PDA on Monday.
The adorable "in love" couple were spotted walking hand-in-hand (omg) to the wheelchair tennis event at Toronto City Hall Monday afternoon before taking their seats next to each other and enjoying the game.
And they couldn't take their hands off each other:
At one point, you can see Harry place his hand on Markle's arm:
As the Telegraph notes, this marks their first public appearance as a couple, actually sitting together at an official event, since at the opening ceremony, they sat several rows apart. According to reports (and all the video and photo evidence — thanks Twitter!), the couple, who have been dating for more than a year, sat with their heads close together as they watched the New Zealand vs. Australia game.
They also reportedly chatted with Invictus Games fans, making it a point to get up from their seats and socialize.
On Saturday, Markle was seen cheering on the athletes and her boyfriend, who made a speech during the opening ceremony.
Earlier last week, Harry reportedly visited Markle, who stars in the TV series "Suits," on the set of the show, and made a point of meeting some of the cast and crew.
"He was super low key, met some crew and was so happy to watch his lady," a source told Hello. "He's incredibly supportive of her work."
"Meghan showed him around set," the source added. "Everyone was so excited."
Although they met in London last year, the twosome have spent plenty of time in Markle's adopted hometown of Toronto, where "Suits" is filmed.
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."
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.
"We're a couple. We're in love," Markle told the mag. "I'm sure there will be a time when we will have to come forward and present ourselves and have stories to tell, but I hope what people will understand is that this is our time. This is for us. It's part of what makes it so special, that it's just ours. But we're happy. Personally, I love a great love story."
And if this big display of love is any indication, we'll be hearing their story of how they got engaged by the end of the year. (We hope!)
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