Prince Harry, Meghan Markle make first official appearance at Invictus Games

Ruler Harry and his wife Meghan Markle showed up together Monday, arriving as an inseparable unit for a wheelchair tennis match at Toronto’s Invictus Games. Wearing a dark “Invictus Games” polo shirt and pants, the British illustrious and American on-screen character Markle — also dressed down in pants and a white shirt — delighted in the sun together as they watched the activity on the court.

Since the 36-year-old “Suits” performing artist revealed to Vanity Fair the couple are “enamored,” fans and the press have been energetically anticipating an official appearance — with spectators scrabbling to take pictures as they were escorted into Monday’s occasion.

“We’re two individuals who are truly glad and in adoration,” Markle told the magazine in a meeting distributed early this month.

The couple both went to the opening function of the third Invictus Games made by Prince Harry for crippled or injured officers and veterans on Saturday. Markle was envisioned sitting a couple of rows behind the illustrious’ seat alongside US First Lady Melania Trump.

As indicated by his calendar, Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson will remain at Markle’s Toronto home for each of the eight days of the Games.