While at a wheelchair basketball game during the seventh day of the Invictus Games in Toronto, Prince Harry had some exciting company. Barack Obama – the former president of the United States and the former vice president Joe Biden as well as his wife Jill were also in attendance during the seventh day of the event.
All of the well-known men seemed to really enjoy the games, and during breaks, they also took some time to pose for the cameras.
Prince Harry and Barack Obama took pics with one of the players as well and even shook hands with a young fan.
Kensington Palace took to social media to tweet a photo of the crowd, obviously happy and honored that the 33-year-old prince met the 44th President of the United States.
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) September 29, 2017
Prior to the game, Obama, Biden and his wife posed with the official wheelchair basketball team of the United States in their locker room.
As you may already be aware, the Invictus Games is an international Paralympic competition launched in 2014 that was spearheaded by Prince Harry.
Barack Obama and the Biden couple were not the only well-known Americans who were in attendance at the famous event.
Meghan Markle, Harry’s significant other was also there for the opening ceremony.
Although at first, the pair was seated a few rows apart, they still managed to share some PDA in the stands.