Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were joined by her mother at the closing ceremony for the Invictus Games.
The flame-haired royal was spotted sitting with his girlfriend and her mother Doria Radlan as the Paralympics style event for injured servicemen and women came to a close in Toronto, Canada over the weekend.
Meghan's close friends Jessica Mulroney and Markus Anderson were also in attendance when Prince Harry spoke to those gathered at the Air Canada Centre.
He told the crowd: "I told you, you would be inspired. But I didn't say, that these games might leave you questioning if you are living to your own true potential. To the thousands who filled the stands this week, and the millions who watched at home, let me issue you a challenge. Don't just move on from these games with happy memories. Instead, make an Invictus goal for yourselves."
Since going public with her romance with Prince Harry, Meghan is receiving round the clock security.
A resident living near Meghan revealed: "She [Meghan] hasn't been around much for the last few days - Friday night they were here. I tell you, when he's [Harry] here, the street is full of police and security people. They just go straight in and they don't come out."
Whilst builder Mike, who is working in the same street, added: "She usually has guys in a dark car - I've seen them escorting her in and they try to shield her a bit. She's very nice - I saw her the other day and she smiled and waved at us. The owner of this house knows Meghan very well; she's good friends with her. When I started working here, she told me not to worry if I see security stepped up because that means Harry is here. She has her own security people but when he is here, there are more."
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