Aww! Prince Harry, Meghan Markle arrive to Invictus Games holding hands

And, their chemistry is undeniable in the photos.

They left hand in hand for Toronto's city hall after a match of the wheelchair tennis between Australia and New Zealand at the small venue. The pair appear to be chatting, joking, and, generally, having a blast in the photos.

On Saturday, the two stepped out in public for the first time-albeit with a few rows of seats between them.

Prince Harry couldn't wipe the smirk off his face as he looked lovingly into Meghan Markle's eyes.

So, there's no specific rule, but it looks like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are definitely doing it their own way when it comes to protocol. "I think to show PDA at such a highly publicized public event would be a very conscious decision by Prince Harry, and shows the seriousness of the relationship".

Meghan and Harry had royal watchers in a frenzy after stepping out at the Invictus Games.

First Lady #Melania Trump seemed to be making headlines for all the wrong reasons.

The couple have previously avoided being seen in public and chose to sit separately at the opening of the Games.

This year's event is being held in conjunction with Harry's Invictus Games, which was first held in London in 2014.

2017 marks the third year of the Invictus Games. Meghan was also watched over by royal protection officers.

However, new reports have rubbished those claims, saying that it was entirely Meghan's decision as she didn't want her appearance to overshadow Harry's big night, where he made a rousing opening speech.

However, they spent some together time away from the cameras, according to the British tabloid Hello!

The couple began quietly dating after meeting in May, 2016 as the prince promoted his worldwide Paralympic-style sporting competition in host city Toronto, Canada, where Meghan films her TV legal drama Suits.

Meghan revealed her love for Harry in a recent interview with Vanity Fair magazine, prompting speculation the announcement of a royal engagement was merely a formality. Over 550 competitors from 17 countries are to compete in 12 events this week.

  • Salvatore Jensen