Prince Harry and his actress girlfriend Meghan Markle looked awash with love and happiness on their first official public appearance together.
The couple laughed and smiled as they attended the wheelchair tennis at the Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.
They looked relaxed in casual clothing as they finally gave fans a long-awaited sighting of them together.
They attended this weekend's opening ceremony of the Paralympics-style event for wounded and injured servicemen and women which was founded by Harry but they sat a few rows from each other.
On Monday they were happy to let the world see how close they are and Royal watchers will view their official appearance together as a milestone in their relationship.
Meghan,36, recently revealed her love for Harry, 33, in an interview with Vanity Fair magazine, fuelling speculation of an imminent engagement announcement.
Harry has spoken of the Invictus Games' power to change lives and, speaking at the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research forum, he told the delegates about his inspiration for the Games.
He added: "For the competitors, we know that the journey to the Invictus Games is often not an easy one.
"We are dangling a carrot of sporting glory to help reignite qualities which have been worn down by months and often years of fighting - fighting to find purpose, fighting to reconnect with family, fighting to get fit again, fighting to leave the house and in some cases fighting to stay alive.
"Sport of course is not the only answer, but it is a hugely powerful tool."
Harry went on to say: "Competitors, friends and their families told us that the Games were not only changing lives, but saving lives."