Just call him Prince Handsy.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle couldn’t keep their hands off each other during day six of the 2023 Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, Germany.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, was seen wrapping his arms around the Duchess of Sussex, 42, as they sat in the crowd during the wheelchair volleyball competition on Thursday.
Markle, who opted for a preppy white Polo cable knit sweater vest, looked infatuated as she smiled and grasped onto her prince charming.
In another precious moment, the former “Suits” star wrapped her arm around Harry, who donned a gray-blue shirt, as they made goo-goo eyes at each other while exuberant fans snapped their pic.
Fans of the Sussexes flooded Twitter to gush over the couple’s adorable loved-up moment.
“Anytime Harry & Meghan steps out it’s a beautiful sight to see they embodies [sic] authenticity & everything that’s good,” one person tweeted.
“Harry & Meghan love loudly and I’m here for it. 🥰 #TeamPDA #IG23,” a second person wrote.
“Meghan and Harry’s relationship is everything 🤧,” a third gushed.
“Harry and Meghan arrive for the wheelchair basketball final – USA v France. The crowd is pumped up 💪🏻,” added another.
“Prince Harry and Meghan pictures from the #InvictusGames are beautiful and joyful,” one more praised.
A day prior, the pair were spotted flirtatiously holding hands and staying close to one another as they met with NATO Joint Force Command and families from Italy and the Netherlands.
Markle stunned in a silky brown shirt and coordinating wide-legged slacks while Harry wore a blue suit, no tie and an unbuttoned shirt.
As Page Six previously reported, the lovebirds were also seen showing severe PDA at the wheelchair basketball finals.
While their handsy behavior can’t be ignored, it’s the retired TV actress’ fashion that has really stolen the show.
Markle arrived at the Invictus Games on Tuesday in a pair of two-toned $1,350 Chanel slingbacks before swapping the fancy footwear for $790 Hermés sneakers the next day.
Sources reportedly claimed that Markle’s pricey style choices have been a distraction from the games, though others claim it’s the Sussexes’ feud with the royal family that has cast a shadow on the event.
Others, however, defended the pair and commended their support for the annual event, which Harry launched in 2014 for wounded, injured and sick soldiers and veterans.
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“We love him here,” British athlete Rich Waldrom told The Telegraph. “You’ll never get a bad word out of any of us for Harry. Look what he’s built. Look what he’s created for us all.”
Team Sussex’s head coach George Bates told the newspaper that Harry is “just a super sound bloke” and is heavily involved behind the scenes.
The duchess had flown in from California — where she and Harry have been living with son Prince Archie, 4, and daughter Princess Lilibet, 2, since resigning from their royal duties in 2020 — wearing $40,000 worth of luxury items.
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