Prince Harry, Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle took a photo of Prince Harry ahead of the closing ceremony for the Invictus Games. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle attend the Wheelchair Basketball finals during the Invictus Games on October 27, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. Getty Images/Lisa Maree Williams

Meghan Markle’s first official Twitter photo as a royal is a tribute to her husband, Prince Harry.

On Saturday, a black and white picture of the Duke of Sussex was uploaded on Kensington Palace’s official Twitter account. The caption revealed that it was Markle that took the photo of the prince.

“Getting ready for tonight’s @InvictusSydney closing ceremony, where we will celebrate the #InvictusGames competitors, and their friends and families. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both speak at the ceremony this evening. #IG2018,” the caption read.

The bottom of the caption featured a camera emoji with the title Duchess of Sussex. This meant that the palace credited the “Suits” alum for Prince Harry’s photo.

While at the Invictus Games’ closing ceremony, Prince Harry and Markle took the stage separately when they delivered their own speeches. According to E! News, both were equally moving.

“It is such an honor to be here tonight celebrating all of you and supporting my husband in the Invictus Games, which he founded four years ago. In that short span of time, the Games have evolved into an international platform of some of the best athletics and sportsmanship you could ever witness, coupled with the comradery and close net sense of community, which can only be defined as the Invictus spirit,” the Duchess of Sussex said.

In his speech, Prince Harry said, “Hi guys. Good evening, Sydney, and those watching around the world…. And to the competitors goes the biggest thank yous of all, you have once again left us humbled and inspired by your example, by your determination, by your service, and by your sense of humor.”

Prince Harry and Markle left Sydney hours after the closing ceremony. They flew to New Zealand to continue the rest of their overseas tour. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to London on Oct. 31. They will also welcome their firstborn sometime in the spring of 2019.