The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, joined her husband, Prince Harry, at the Invictus Games 2023 in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Tuesday. The Games, which are an international adaptive sports competition for injured, sick and wounded service personnel and veterans, began on Saturday and run until September 16.
Meghan was seen cheering on the competitors at the track and field events on Tuesday. She was also photographed speaking with Colombian athlete Francisco Pedraza, who is competing in the sitting volleyball tournament.
On Wednesday, Meghan attended the “Friends @ Home Event” at the Station Airport, for friends and family of competitors. She spoke on stage at the event, saying, “I’m so grateful to be here with all of you today to celebrate the Invictus Games.”
Meghan and Harry are both patrons of the Invictus Games Foundation. The Duke of Sussex founded the Games in 2014, and he has been a vocal advocate for the injured and wounded veterans who compete in them.
The Invictus Games are a major event for Prince Harry, and it is significant that Meghan has joined him in Germany to support them. Her presence is a sign of her continued commitment to the Games and to the veterans who participate in them.
In addition to attending the sporting events, Meghan and Harry are also expected to meet with some of the competitors and their families. They are also scheduled to attend the closing ceremony of the Games on September 16.
The Invictus Games are a powerful symbol of resilience and determination. They are a chance for injured and wounded veterans to showcase their skills and abilities, and to inspire others. Meghan’s presence at the Games is a show of support for the veterans and their families, and it is a reminder of the importance of these Games.