Although they initially sat apart at the contest between England and Australia in London, the two gravitated toward each other before the match ended in victory for Australia. Photographs captured Davy, 24, leaning in to chat with the prince, 25, while both animatedly watched the action on the field.
When they split in January, some friends said they would always remain close, while others opined the parting would never last. The latter prediction appears to have come true.
The rugby match is the most public of the pair's recent sightings. Last month, they shared an evening out at Beach Blanket Babylon in Notting Hill, London, where the owner told PEOPLE they had "a rather grown up, intimate dinner."
After a training period in Shropshire, England, where he stayed in a farmhouse with his brother Prince William, Harry is continuing army helicopter pilot training in Hampshire – closer to London, where the Zimbabwean-born Davy works as a lawyer.