Meghan Markle showed support for her boyfriend, Prince Harry, tonight attending the opening ceremony of the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto.

Markle, 36, watched the opening ceremony from the Air Canada Centre seated with Markus Anderson, who reportedly introduced the couple a year ago.
Prince Harry was seated several rows away with various foreign dignitaries including U.S. first lady Melania Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
 Markle's appearance with Harry, their first together at an official royal engagement, is another indication that an engagement announcement is likely.
The games' opening ceremony kicked off with a parade of the 550 competitors from 17 nations. Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan, the Tenors and other artists were on hand to entertain the crowd.
The competitors are all active duty and veteran service members who "have become ill or injured during or as a direct consequence of their service," according to the Invictus foundation website. The motto of Invictus, which means unconquered, is: "I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul."
Earlier in the day Prince Harry held bilateral meetings with Melania Trump, Trudeau and Canadian Governor General David Johnston, whom he told that Canada has become a "home away from home." Markle and Harry have conducted their transatlantic relationship between London and Toronto, where Markle, a California native, lives while filming the television show "Suits." The selection of Toronto as the 2017 host city was made before Harry started his relationship with the actress.
Trump, who is leading the U.S. delegation to the Invictus Games on her first solo foreign trip abroad, spoke to the U.S. athletes, thanking them for their service and encouraging them.
"You have given so much for your country. You truly are our heroes," she said. "On behalf of my husband and our entire country, I want to thank you and your families for all you have sacrificed to keep us safe. I also want to wish you good luck but I know you won't need it in these games. Take that fighting spirit that I know you have and bring home the gold."
 Harry started his day making a stop at Canada's largest mental health and addiction hospital, meeting with medical personnel to discuss PTSD, depression and "invisible injuries" like mental illness, which veterans often struggle with when they return from service.
The fifth in line also stopped by the Pan Am Centre to support many of the athletes who were getting in last-day training sessions before the Games begin.
Prince Harry went for a spin at the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge, one of the sponsors of the games, riding shotgun with some of his littlest fans including 5-year-old Daimyb Gommers, whose father is participating for the Netherlands in the Games. 

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