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Prince Harry Joined By Meghan Markle During Invictus Games Wrap Event

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The Duke of Sussex founded the annual sports competition in 2014. Prince Harry ended another successful Invictus Games! On Saturday, the Duke of Sussex officially closed out the week-long competition held in Düsseldorf, Germany, with a closing ceremony.

Harry, 39, was joined by his wife, Meghan Markle, at the event where they each dressed to the nines. For his part, Harry wore a black suit with a dressed-up, but relaxed, black shirt underneath.

Meghan, 42, wore a green floral-printed strapless dress by Cult Gaia. During the ceremony, Harry and Meghan showed brief PDA as they watched presentations and sat with other board members of the Invictus Games.

At one point, Harry took the stage for some final words, addressing the athletes and celebrating all of their hard work. The Duke began his speech with a few words in German, before speaking to the competitors about their dedication. “We’ve all witnessed the true impact sport has had on your recovery.

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