- A young Australian boy was seated beside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
- The couple were seated beside Bailey Lawler from Coffs Habour in NSW
- The 10-year-old is one of the first people to have formally met the pair in public
- Bailey was watching his dad play in the semi-finals of the wheelchair tennis
A young Australian boy is in the spotlight after becoming one of the first people to meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a public setting.
All eyes were on the prince and his dotting girlfriend as they made their first official appearance together at the Invictus Games in Toronto.
The loved up pair were seated beside 10-year-old Bailey Lawler from New South Wales at the semi-finals of the wheelchair tennis, the Daily Telegraph reported.
Lucky 10-year-old Bailey Lawler was fortunate enough to be seated next to Prince Harry and his beautiful girlfriend Meghan Markle
The down-to-earth couple were happy to chat to spectators and Meghan was seen shaking hands with a young fan
The pair showed their support for the competitors from Australia and New Zealand
The stunning Suits star introduced herself to the Coffs Habour youngster and shook his hand.
Meghan looked effortlessly flawless in ripped blue jeans and a white shirt, shielding her eyes with a pair of dark glasses.
Bailey was in Canada to watch his father Sean Lawler compete in wheelchair tennis, but his mother admitted they missed most of the match chatting with the royal.
Lucky mum Kylie Lawler said the pair seemed very relaxed as a couple while taking the time to talk with her and Bailey.
The pair looked at ease as they put on a loved up display, despite the attention of the world’s media
Harry enthusiastically chatted with the 10-year-old as they watched his father play while beside his mother
The youngster’s mother Kylie Lawler admitted they missed most of the match chatting with the royal
‘She was excited to be here and lovely,’ she told British media.
‘I missed half the game because we were chit-chatting. I don’t think my husband will forgive me.’
Mrs Lawler told the UK Telegraph she had only found out the esteemed couple would be joining them half an hour before their appearance.
It was their first official public appearance together as a couple arriving for the Invictus Games wheelchair tennis in Toronto holding hands.
Meghan looked perfectly comfortable for her first official appearance with her royal beau, clapping and cheering competitors
Meghan looked relaxed in ripped blue jeans and a white shirt, shielding her eyes with a pair of dark glasses
It was the pair’s first official public appearance together, arriving for the Invictus Games wheelchair tennis in Toronto holding hands