MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have been pictured holding hands as they appear for the last day of the Invictus Games.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been in Dusseldorf, Germany, cheering on veterans over the last week.
Saturday marks the seventh and final day of the competition which has seen the couple gorge on traditional German feasts and show their support from the sidelines.
Arriving ahead of another jam-packed day, Harry, 39, and Meghan, 42, opted for another smart casual look.
The Sussexes appeared to be colour-coordinated in their beige, white and grey outfits as they lovingly held hands this morning.
The Duchess donned a matching jacket and trouser set with a plain white top and court heels.
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Harry accompanied her with a pair of grey trousers and a relaxed white shirt.
Meg was tasked with presenting athletes, who took part in the swimming, with their medals which said "I Am".
She embraced participants with a warm hug and congratulated them on their performance.
Sweet snaps also show Meghan supporting Harry as he thanked veterans for taking part.
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On Friday night after the volleyball final, she also had the job of presenting Poland with their medals.
Meghan burst into tears as she praised them following the intense match.
The pair swigged beer from their seats last night as Harry celebrated his 39th birthday.
Crowds sang Harry happy birthday twice with him even being dragged on to the court and given a cake.
The birthday boy was also gifted something from a young girl at the Germany V Poland volleyball match earlier in the day.
Harry and Meghan's sweet touch comes after body language expert Judi James told The Sun the pair "lacked intimacy" on Thursday – but are trying to show they are a "devoted couple".
Analysing footage of the pair earlier on in the week, Judi added: "There’s very few intimate ‘lost alone together’ moments here or capacity for having one at these venues.
"So many are looking like intentional gestures to register to the world that they are very much a devoted couple."
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