The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are so smitten…

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle share a look of love in new personal photo

An updated private photo that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared on Saturday showed them looking more in love than ever.

In the touching photo, the Duchess could be seen looking up at her beau, who seemed to be practicing his Invictus Games closing ceremony speech. Misan Harriman, a close friend of Meghan’s who went to the Dusseldorf tournament with the Duke and Duchess earlier this month, shared the touching black and white picture on social media.


Photo: Misan Harriman via Instagram


There was a caption for the picture that said, “A lovely moment from this years @weareinvictusgames.” It looked like the picture was taken on the last day of the competition, before the evening’s closing ceremony.

Meghan looked stunning in a cream-colored outfit that included a white Celine vest top, matching pants, and a stylish Cuyana jacket. She chose to show off her gorgeous raven locks by sweeping them over one shoulder while she grinned at her husband from the platform.

Misan shared more behind-the-scenes photos before this one. In addition, he posted a number of poignant pictures of the Duchess interacting with a fan at the games and another behind-the-scenes picture, this one from the closing ceremony.


Meghan donned this stunning ensemble to watch her husband rehearse
Photo: Jordan Pettitt / PA Images


When the Duke and Duchess were apprehended from behind, Meghan was holding her husband’s back tenderly.

Harry gave a speech that was both heartfelt and an absolute triumph. In one section in particular, when he disclosed that he had met Master Corporal James Gendron, his visibility changed.

When the Prince first saw James, he mentioned that he had seen a set of bagpipes in the tent’s corner. He said in the speech, “Some of you may know what bagpipes mean to me, so I couldn’t help but hope they’d be played!”

Harry continued by stating that the Master Corporal had a special bond with the instrument, as he revealed: “I had no idea what they meant to him, but I had no idea that thirty minutes later, James would be picking them up and offering to play. I was also unaware of the memories they brought up for him. He performed at 63 ramp ceremonies in Afghanistan. for 63 coffins. 63 souls in all. for 63 households.


The Duke of Sussex was visibly emotional during his speech
Photo: Getty Images


“After that final ceremony, he was unable to touch them for four years. He wasn’t sure if he could bring himself to actually PLAY them this week. Well, he did. Dare I suggest that what had once plagued him is now potentially the key to his recovery.”

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