The Duke and Duchess of Sussex packed on the PDA while cheering alongside fans at the Invictus Games in Germany.
Prince Harry, 38, and his wife Meghan, 42, held hands in a show of unity before warmly greeting fans who welcomed them to the Sportarena in Düsseldorf on Wednesday.
This comes after Meghan was reunited with Harry on Tuesday after the couple spent almost a week apart until she accompanied him to a reception for 1,600 athletes and their friends and family.
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They were seen grinning and clapping after taking their seats at a basketball game between Ukraine and Australia, energizing the game by waving their arms back and forth with the crowd.
It was the pair’s first official engagement together since an event in New York in May.
Meghan landed in Germany on Tuesday evening and was photographed after being wheeled out of a VIP lounge at the airport around 4pm local time.
The Duchess took the stage at a reception for the Invictus Games – founded in 2014 by former soldier Harry as a multi-sport event for wounded, injured and sick military personnel and service members, both service members and veterans – and apologized for being “small “I was late to the party.”
She said she had to make milkshakes and get her and Harry’s two children, Archie, 4, and Lilibet, 2, “settled down” before she could fly from her home in Los Angeles.
Harry and Meghan have been dogged by rumors – strongly denied by sources – that their marriage is in trouble and they have spent time apart.
The conversation began after Meghan’s lucrative gig Archetypes The podcast ended along with her multimillion-dollar deal with Spotify in June.
Harry’s green travel project Travalyst also announced a major redesign in May without mentioning him.
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