Prince Harry and Meghan Markle caught out on Kiss Cam at loved-up LA Lakers game

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were spotted on a Kiss Cam at a recent basketball playoff game in a recent public appearance.

Fans of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly cheered through the stadium as the two flashed up on the big screen inside of the Arena.

The pair were seen smiling and laughing on the jumbotron at the Los Angeles arena, appearing on the Kiss Cam while attending a match between the LA Lakers and Memphis Grizzlies.

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Harry and Meghan watched on as the LA Lakers won the game by a thin margin, with Harry's appearance just a few weeks before he attends the Coronation of King Charles III.

Footage of the pair was shared on Twitter, with Harry seen leaning in for a kiss to play up the Kiss Cam, but was stopped by Meghan, who put her hand around his arm.

The Duke then grimaced at the camera before the short clip ends.

Meghan and Harry have lived in California since leaving the Royal Family back in March 2020, and were spotted making a rare outing together for the first-round playoff series, New York Post reported.

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It comes just a short while before the Duke jets off to the UK to appear at his father's Coronation service.

The Daily Star had previously reported tensions are still fresh between Prince Harry and brother Prince William, with the latter not wanting to speak to the Duke of Sussex.

An expert believes the Prince of Wales will have little, if anything, to do with his brother at the Coronation as he is "still upset about Harry's book".

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A source close to the Sussexes said: "William feels it was a betrayal and he has no interest in communicating with Harry before the Coronation about their disagreements.

"The relationship is still fractured, and it is unclear when they will be able to mend fences."

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