Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will make their first joint public appearance in four months at the Invictus Games in Germany next month. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both be involved in the closing ceremony of the games, which will be held in Düsseldorf on September 16.
Harry will give a farewell speech at the ceremony, in which he is expected to pay tribute to the athletes who have competed in the games. Meghan will host a segment called “Lifestories Scene,” which will focus on the stories of the injured servicemen and women who have taken part in the event.
The Invictus Games are an international sporting event for wounded, injured, and ill service personnel and veterans. The games were founded by Harry in 2014, and he has been a vocal supporter of the event ever since.
Meghan and Harry’s appearance at the Invictus Games will be their first joint public appearance since May 2023, when they attended an award ceremony in New York. The couple have been keeping a low profile since then, amid reports of tensions within the royal family.
However, their appearance at the Invictus Games is likely to be seen as a sign that they are still committed to their work supporting veterans. The games are a cause that is very close to Harry’s heart, and Meghan has also spoken out in support of veterans in the past.
The couple’s appearance at the Invictus Games is also likely to be a closely watched event by the media. Meghan and Harry have been in the news a lot in recent months, and their every move is scrutinized by the press. However, the Invictus Games are a celebration of the resilience and courage of veterans, and it is hoped that the couple’s appearance will focus attention on the important work of the event.
The Invictus Games are a major event for the royal family, and Harry and Meghan’s appearance will be a significant moment for the couple. It will be their first joint public appearance since their decision to step back from royal duties, and it will be a chance for them to show the world that they are still committed to their work.