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Sgt Baker said afterwards: 'I wanted to show the athletes my support and enjoy the games.See their spirit.'They show amazing strength of character as well as body. 'It's important because without this, a lot of them would not be where they are today.'It's Prince Harry's efforts that have encouraged them to find the competitive spirit, self-confidence and join in: make them feel as if they have a place in the world when they could have lost hope.'Saying his own generation had 'just had to do the best we could' to recover from war on their own, he added: 'Some of them didn't have anything to live for.
Harry and Meghan's relationship has been the source of much public interest during the week that he has been in Toronto for the sporting event; coincidentally the city is also the location of filming for Meghan's popular TV show Suits, and the prince is even said to have paid a visit to the set after arriving in Canada before the start of the games.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.Harry even went as far as to place a big kiss on the bald head of one of Denmark's players, who looked delighted at the display of friendly affection.The 33-year-old was seen snapping pictures and typing away on his i Phone during the finals of the wheelchair rugby competition at the Mattamy Athletic Centre while watching a game between the United States and Denmark - the eventual gold medal winners.It is possible that Harry was sending a few candid snapshots and messages to his girlfriend Meghan Markle, 36, who has not made an appearance at the games since she and the prince stepped out for their debut as a couple on Monday, when they arrived hand-in-hand at the tennis tournament.NBC Universal, the company behind the TV hit, is footing the bill for the round-the-clock protection, because Meghan is not currently entitled to official royal protection - a service only granted to members of the royal family.
Although there is not understood to be a specific threat, the combination of her growing public profile and an awareness that Harry has claimed there have been social media attacks on Markle for her biracial heritage appear to have prompted to move.
He urged: 'You know that differences of opinion, of circumstance, of race and religion - are to be respected and celebrated.
'You know that in a clickbait culture, we cannot waste time sharing and drawing attention to things that make us angry, or that we know to be false.'You all know that it’s great to "like" things on social media, but that it’s more important to look up from our phones, to get out into our communities, and to take real action; to stand up for what you believe in.' While it is not known exactly what Harry was doing - or who he may have been messaging - it is understood that he has been keeping his girlfriend up to date with all of the goings, after he revealed earlier this week that she has been 'loving' the games thus far.
But despite expressing her enthusiasm for the games through her boyfriend, Meghan has not made an appearance at any of the events since the couple made their much-anticipated debut on Monday at the tennis tournament.
There, the duo finally confirmed their relationship to the world, holding hands as they made their way into the event, and then laughing and chatting happily while sitting in the stands.
However any concern or stress caused by the heightened security doesn't seem to have dampened Harry's spirits; other than his occasional distracted moments, the prince looked to be having a whale of a time at the wheelchair rugby finals, where he later awarded the winners - Team Denmark - with their gold medals.