For the first time since they pulled out of the British royal family, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have made an appearance together in Europe once again. The couple traveled together to the Harry-Created Invictus Games, which officially kicked off yesterday in The Hague, Netherlands.
“Your actions show that the impossible is possible. Your stories inspire people to believe in themselves,” Prince Harry said at the opening ceremony for disabled veterans from around the world who will compete in different disciplines. After two postponements due to the pandemic, tournaments will be held in various disciplines until April 22.
Harry said he hoped events like this would allow the international community to show his support for Ukraine. “You know we stand by you,” he told the Ukrainian team, who said they traveled with special permission from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, “The world is on your side and you still deserve more.” Duchess Meghan also paid her respects to the team before cheering and handing over her “wonderful husband.”
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