And besotted Prince Harry and girlfriend Meghan Markle looked every inch the loved-up couple after being spotted at their first public engagement together. And, their chemistry is undeniable in the photos.
Today, the couple stepped out together hand in hand and sat next to one another in the stand.
Regardless of whether or not Markle and Harry got to enjoy the games seated next to each other, they still made their bond clear.
Anderson is responsible for Markle and beau Prince Harry meeting and dating.
CNN reported that first lady's communications director, Stephanie Grisham, said Melania Trump extended an invitation to Prince Harry to visit the White House anytime he is in the United States. The pair appeared in high spirits as they smiled and giggled while holding hands.
Markle, who lives in Toronto, appeared at the games' opening ceremony this weekend, cheering from the stands while Harry sat four rows and a section away beside US first lady Melania Trump. On Monday, the two were headed towards the Prince's Invictus Games, an Olympic-style competition for and benefitting wounded veterans. The games are held as an event meant to inspire and promote worldwide unity.
Both the prince and his lady are in Toronto attending the Invictus Games in its third season. They left together hand in hand.
Markle, however, is not attached to the project but Engelson, who is also a producer on the FX's drama "Snowfall", reportedly pitched his idea while musing about sharing custody of the kids with a royal.
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.
Speculation about the prince dating Markle, an actor on sitcom "Suits", began in October previous year when rumours emerged from unnamed sources at Buckingham Palace.
Speculation is rife that an engagement is on the horizon, particularly after a recent Vanity Fair interview in which Markle declared the couple were "really happy and in love".