Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended the 2017 Invictus Games together. Pictured: Markle attends the Annual Charity Day Hosted By Cantor Fitzgerald And BGC at the Cantor Fitzgerald Office on Sept. 11, 2013 in New York. Getty Images/Janette Pellegrin

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just made their first official joint appearance.

On Monday, Prince Harry, 33, and Markle, 36, attended the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. The pair held hands as they made their way to a Paralympic-style wheelchair tennis event, Us Weekly reported.

The "Suits" actress looked chic and fab in her white button-down shirt, light blue jeans and tan heels. Meanwhile, the royal prince sported a black Invictus Games polo shirt, dark jeans and gray sneakers. Both wore matching sunglasses and were all smiles as they watched the activities from their seats.

Prior to the couple's appearance at the Invictus Games, Prince Harry reportedly visited Markle on the set of "Suits." The "Horrible Bosses" star introduced him to the crew of her hit drama legal series on USA Network. A source said the cast and set crew were excited over the visit of their royal guest, but some of them apparently believe that the actress is leaving the series soon.

"No one gets the impression she's staying on the show much longer," an insider said. "They believe she's going to marry Harry."

Another source added that Markle's potential departure from the show "boils down to security issues." When her romance with Prince Harry was confirmed, the staff on set were warned to keep mum about them or they would be fired. In addition, the actress' name is also no longer listed on shooting schedules since news of her dating Prince Harry came out.

In other news, Markle's ex, Trevor Engelson, is reportedly working on a series that is inspired by their past relationship and her present romance with Prince Harry. The still-untitled Fox TV show will focus on the story of a divorced woman who remarries a prince and shares custody of her child with her estranged husband. Although the plot of the comedy show is close to Engelson, Markle and Prince Harry's real-life story, the show will be reportedly fictional. The actress is also not involved in its development.

The TV show idea apparently originated from Engelson's conversation with fellow producer Dan Farah. The two talked about a hypothetical scenario in which the former had kids with his ex-wife, Markle, and would have to share custody of their children with the British royal family if she married Prince Harry. The producers felt that this would make a good plot for a comedy series, and thus the show was born.

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