Pics! Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Hold Hands at Invictus Games

Pics! Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Hold Hands at Invictus Games

Pics! Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Hold Hands at Invictus Games

Prince Harry established the Invictus Games in London in 2014 - it's an "adaptive sport event for injured, ill and wounded servicemen and women and veterans".

In other Prince Harry hand news, the royal checked off a major, long-awaited milestone while launching the Invictus Games: his first royal engagement with girlfriend Meghan Markle.

But in a picture with the First Lady, Prince Harry was spotted making a freaky hand gesture - and some theorists have their own thoughts of what it could mean.

Following Meghan and Prince Harry's appearance at the Invictus Games opening ceremony at the weekend, the Queen's representative in Canada described the couple's relationship as "marvellous".

And while they obviously weren't together, that didn't stop Meghan from smiling and beaming proudly while watching her royal boyfriend speak to the crowd.

Social media reactions to the 20-minute meeting soon honed in on the unusual way Harry held his right hand while posing for photos.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle finally made their public debut as a couple.

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The formality of their security detail was in contrast to the intimacy shown when the two were photographed at the match laughing and frequently touching each other.

The prince and his actress girlfriend seemed absorbed by the close match, which saw New Zealand defeat Australia 6-3 to advance to the final.

The child chauffeur took the prince on the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Saturday ahead of the opening ceremony for the royal's third annual Invictus Games.

Meghan Markle - best known for her role in the hit US TV series Suits - is an American actress, humanitarian campaigner and former lifestyle blogger.

'I missed half the game because we were chit-chatting.

According to his schedule, Queen Elizabeth II's grandson plans to stay at Markle's Toronto home for the entire eight days of the Games.

'Well I think it would be quite marvellous and I hope it would be quite marvellous for him and obviously it will help to bring us together, ' he said.

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