Meghan Markle and Prince Harry put on a loved-up display last week at the sixth edition of the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Meghan flew out to join her husband a few days into the event after, according to the Duchess, getting their two children “settled” in the US.
The pair made their first appearance at the Games on September 12, with both of them staying until the very end on Saturday, September 16.
During the eventful week, the pair made plenty of appearances – both appearing delighted to be at the event.
Here, Express.co.uk delves into six of Harry and Meghan’s top moments at this year’s Invictus Games.
After Meghan joined Harry in Germany on Tuesday, the pair made their first public appearance at the Games on September 12.
With it already being day three of the Games, the couple appeared excited as they spoke together on stage at the “Friends @ Home Event”.
Meghan took to the mic to discuss her late arrival, citing that she wanted to get their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, “settled” at home in the US before travelling overseas.
The couple also wore coordinated outfits, complementing one another as they took to the stage.
Meghan opted for a chic black dress, with Harry wearing a smart black suit.
During the fifth day of the Invictus Games, the couple appeared alongside crowds to watch the volleyball competition.
Harry was spotted giving his wife a tight hug – clearly knocking back recent rumours that their five-year marriage was on the rocks.
Meghan appeared delighted by Harry’s embrace, leaning back into her husband’s arms as the crowds looked on.
Meghan and Harry are known to be huge dog lovers, having three of their own at home in the US.
During their time at this year’s Invictus Games, the pair made a new furry friend called Hope.
Harry held onto the puppy, who is a future assistant dog and part of the Belgian team, while Meghan held onto her toy – which features Invictus branding.
Clearly besotted, the couple stayed with Hope, who adored the attention, for a while and showered her with some love.
The couple appeared to carry on their loved-up displays by walking along hand-in-hand at any opportunity.
Meghan and Harry took to this sweet gesture when they were senior working royals, and their appearance at this year’s Invictus Games is no different.
This photo was captured on Harry’s 39th birthday, which occured over the course of this year’s Games.
The two appeared delighted as they walked along hand-in-hand on September 15.
Harry’s 39th birthday fell on day six of the Invictus Games – September 15.
The Duke of Sussex got serenaded by the crowd at the sitting volleyball game between Poland and Germany.
The crowd sang a personalised rendition of “Happy Birthday” to the Duke.
Harry put two thumbs up to the crowd, seemingly thanking them for the song.
Meghan also appeared delighted with the crowd’s gesture as she leaned into her husband.