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Prince Harry Kissed Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games, & Now I’m Ready for Them to Get Married

If you weren’t a fan of Prince Harry before, the past week’s press of him at Toronto’s Invictus Games has probably changed your mind. From befriending a toddler to sharing some PDA with girlfriend Meghan Markle, the prince has also continued his massive support of injured servicemen and women by attending several of the Games’ sporting events. To top off this Harry overload, the Invictus Games’ closing ceremony brought us one of the greatest moments yet: Prince Harry kissing Markle in (semi) public. 

PEOPLE reports that Prince Harry was initially in a VIP box for Saturday’s epic ceremony, which included performances from Bruce Springsteen and Kelly Clarkson, among others. Markle was in another luxury box alongside her mom Doria Ragland. Things have to be pretty serious when you invite your mom to see your boyfriend at work, right? 

Markle was likely proud when Harry delivered his closing speech, calling for the Games’ participants to continue such inspiring acts. “Make an Invictus goal for yourselves,” he told the crowd. “Let the examples of service and resilience that you have seen, inspire you to take action to improve something—big or small—in your life, for your family or in your community.” 

Harry later joined Markle in her box for the evening’s concert portion, leading to an adorable-looking kiss-and-cuddle session. 

Could these two get any cuter? 

These two can take their time in their relationship, but after this week, I’m more than ready for an engagement announcement. According to royal etiquette experts, showing affection in public is even a great sign of how serious a royal’s relationship may be. No pressure, Harry! 

Kristen Perrone is a Siena College Class of 2018 alumna. She studied English during her time at Siena.