The royal was the surprise guest at Toronto's WE Day event, part of a global day of celebration to bring young people together and make change through social good.More than 5,000 schoolchildren were in the city's Air Canada Centre and gave Harry a tumultuous - almost evangelical - welcome when he appeared on stage.

But that player wasn't the only one to receive personal congratulations from Harry, who offered hugs and enthusiastic handshakes to each person as he went down their line.

And Team Denmark's players weren't the only people to get warm one-on-one with Prince Harry.

She was spotted by her boyfriend's side on Monday as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their public debut at the Invictus Games.

And although she has not been in attendance since it seems that the royal is not short of company.

Meghan has also moved into Harry's room at the five-star Fairmont Royal York so that the two can spend plenty of time together while they are in the same country.

Her close connection to the prince has not been without its worries, however, and on Thursday, Daily Mail TV exclusively revealed that Meghan has been given her own security detail by the makers of her legal drama Suits, after concerns were raised over her safety.

'Harry's given them [this generation] that spirit.' Asked about his conversation with the Prince, he said modestly: 'He thanked me.' As he told Harry his own story, the Prince exclaimed: 'Wow, that's amazing.

Fantastic.' He then checked that Sgt Baker had a VIP seat for the rest of the wheelchair rugby game.

The prince happily chatted with each of the team members as he presented them with their golds, having already presented medals to third-place USA, and second place UK.