Love is a many splendored thing and today it sat front row at the Invictus Games' wheelchair tennis match.
Prince Harry and his girlfriend of more than a year, Meghan Markle, walked hand-in-hand through Nathan Philips Square in Toronto, Canada to watch New Zealand take on Australia in the semi-finals. It may not have looked all that exciting to many, but it was a big deal for royal fans to see this famous couple go public with their relationship.
Several royal reporters are in Toronto to cover the paralympic-style games, which Harry founded in 2014, and were able to share video and photos of the couple on social media. Since Meghan shoots her USA series, "Suits" in the Canadian city, she was able to join Harry.
Kyle Lawler, whose husband, Sean, played for Australia today, told People Magazine that Harry and Meghan "seemed at home with each other," and noted that they were "very easy to talk to."
Check out footage from both the reporters and attendees at the match below.
Rebecca English, Daily Mail
Roya Nikkhah, Sunday Times
Rhiannon Mills, Sky News
Some guy from Canada who took a fantastic video
Emily Andrews, The Sun