Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who were in Germany for the Invictus Games in recent days. Last night, Saturday, the dynamic duo graced the closing ceremony with their presence, beaming with elegance as they cheered on the competitors one last time this year.
Prince Harry, King Charles’ youngest son, took center stage and delivered a heartwarming speech paying tribute to brave veterans around the world. He spoke about the profound impact of sport on their recovery and acknowledged the enormous influence their actions during the week had on millions of people around the world. He praised their courage, their resilience and their ability to open people’s hearts through vulnerability.
Now, let’s talk fashion. For the event, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a grand entrance sporting incredibly chic outfits that lit up the stadium. The 39-year-old prince wore a simple yet elegant black suit paired with a black shirt. Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex opted for an elegant green strapless dress adorned with intricate laser-cut floral embroidery.
One of the highlights of the evening was Team USA’s entrance to Bruce Springsteen’s energetic song “Born in the USA.” The couple couldn’t contain their excitement, passionately cheering and applauding the team.
After an exciting 3.5 hours filled with various closing ceremony events, Prince Harry took the stage to deliver the closing speech for this year’s games. He explained how sport had a profound impact on participants’ recovery and how their actions touched the lives of millions of people around the world. He praised their courage, resilience and ability to inspire joy despite adversity.
Throughout the week, the royal couple fully immersed themselves in the event, attending a wide range of competitions, from wheelchair basketball to swimming. They graciously posed for photos and shared hugs with attendees. However, the sweetest moment came when they were with the Nigerian team, and they affectionately gave Meghan a new nickname, “Amira and gozi Lolo.”