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President Barack Obama & Prince Harry’s Bromance Continues To Thrive At Invictus Games

Prince Harry and Barack Obama attend the Invictus Games Wheelchair Basketball
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Sep. 30 2017, Published 5:50 p.m. ET

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Former President Barack Obama and Prince Harry’s reunion at the Invictus Games proved that that not only is their bromance alive and well, it’s thriving! The two looked like they were having a blast as they watched a wheelchair basketball match between the United States and France on Friday, September 29 in Toronto, Canada.

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The BFFs, who always seem to be having the best of time whenever they’re around each other, laughed as they set courtside for the match, which the USA went on to win. (There was definitely some trash-talking going on.)

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The former POTUS and English Royal first met in 2015, and have been gracing the world with their bromance ever since. (Former First Lady Michelle Obama reportedly also shares a warm friendship with the royal).

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For this event though, the duo was joined by Former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill.

“Proud to cheer on Team USA at the Invictus Games today with my friend Joe,” the former Prez captioned pics of him and his other biffle. “You represent the best of our country.” #Bros4Lyfe

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The Invictus Games, which were set up by Prince Harry in 2014, serve as an “adaptive sport event for injured, ill and wounded servicemen and women.”

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What do you think of Obama and Harry’s courtside reunion? Sound off in the comments!

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