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Body language expert decodes Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's body language -- are they really in love?

Marah Alindogan

The look of love!

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made their first public appearance as a couple at the Invictus Games in Toronto earlier this week.

The lovebirds, who have been dated for over a year, looked totally in love (and still in the honeymoon period, we see) as they sat courtside during a wheelchair tennis match.

Meghan and Harry were seen laughing, cracking jokes and even holding hands (PDA that the royal family forbids, by the way).

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Amid engagement rumors, their latest outing is a sign that things are getting pretty serious fast.

Body language expert Patti Wood -- the "Babe Ruth of body language experts" -- analyzed the photos of Meghan and Harry and confirmed what we knew all along.

1. Meghan and Harry holding hands

Wood found their hand holding to be telling of their romance: "This is a spontaneous double touch hold!" The sweet gesture is a rarity for most members of the royal family.

Day 3: Invictus Games Toronto 2017


2. Meghan and Harry sitting courtside

Harry sitting wide-legged indicates his comfort in the relationship -- "it means he's really relaxed, open, connected with the experience."

Day 3: Invictus Games Toronto 2017


3. Meghan and Harry having an intimate conversation

The fact that two are laughing together is another sign of their companionship -- "we are going to laugh together in the same moment. We are having this experience of joy and fun together."

Day 3: Invictus Games Toronto 2017

Her prognosis? Meghan and Harry are madly, deeply and truly in love! The bigger question is -- when's the wedding?!

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