Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has cheered on team USA as they won the Invictus Games wheelchair basketball final.
The American-born duchess and her husband Prince Harry snuck into Olympic Park's Quay Centre moments after the game started on Saturday afternoon and sat among the crowd for the final between USA and the Netherlands.
The royal couple chose to sit away from other high-profile spectators including Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Defence Minister Christopher Pyne and Invictus Games ambassadors David Beckham, Ian Thorpe and Hamish Blake.
Beckham, who also attended the athletics on Friday night, was joined by his middle son, Romeo, 16. Wife Victoria, however, was a no show.
Meghan, in a maroon milano wrap jacket by Australian label Scanlan Theodore, black jeans and black suede Sarah Flint heels, animatedly cheered each time the team in red, white and blue had the ball.
Her barracking paid off - with the USA winning 29 to 17.
Both Meghan and Harry - who wore a black Invictus Games-branded shirt, grey chinos and a black string necklace - jumped to their feet as the final siren rang.
The crowd, meanwhile, broke out into rapturous applause when the Duke and Duchess were introduced at the medal presentation.
"We love you Harry," a group of young girls in the crowd could be heard screaming, while American spectators cheered a little louder for their favourite California-girl-turned-royal.
The royal couple took their time to shake each competitor's hand during the medal presentation and two players from the Netherlands even managed to sneak a kiss on the cheek from the Duchess.
Meghan seemed to enjoy meeting the competitors, spending more time with them than Harry, which left her racing back to her husband when she was done.
Earlier in the afternoon, the United Kingdom earned bronze against New Zealand, with 32 points to 6.
Among the UK team was former mine specialist Paul Guest - who captured spectators hearts earlier in the week when he was comforted by tennis partner Edwin Vermetten, from the Netherlands, when noise from a helicopter triggered his PTSD.
During the medal presentation Harry chatted to Guest, who was petting a therapy dog to ease his nerves.
Speaking before the final, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said it had been a "magic week for Sydney," which has hosted the week-long games for wounded, injured and ill veteran and active service personnel.
"Both Prince Harry and Meghan have brought a real gift here to Sydney and we hope to see them again," he said.
It is the couple's final day in Australia before they head to New Zealand on Sunday where they will be till October 31.
They are both expected to deliver speeches at the Invictus Games closing ceremony in the evening.
Australian Associated Press