Harry and Barack Obama cheer on wheelchair basketball players at Invictus Games

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Actor Meghan Markle gave fashion retailer Aritzia a boost after donning a dress sold by the Canadian company during the Invictus Games, where royal watchers hotly anticipated her first public appearance with beau Prince Harry.

"She's very nice - I saw her the other day and she smiled and waved at us".

And good on her, to be quite honest.

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"I tell you, when Harry's here, the street is full of police and security people".

The former U.S. president and his White House second-in-command Joe Biden cheered on the team as they took on France at the games on Friday.

Otis Harding-Withers, six, was lifted onto Prince Harry's lap after saying hello, while Jakob Israel, eight, and his seven-year-old sister Grace posed in front of Mr Obama.

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Before Kate Middleton become a member of the royal family, her security was paid for by Prince William using his fortune. She managed to do it, right under the Prince's nose, till he noticed what she was up to.

After jokingly pulling the popcorn away, Harry offered the tot a couple of pieces, before pulling a classic "one for you - oh, oh no! - it's in my mouth" dad move.

The Invictus Games will end on Saturday with a closing concert set to be highlighted by performances from Bryan Adams and Bruce Springsteen.

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