The Duchess of Sussex will join her husband at the event in the Netherlands, which kicks off this weekend, for the first few days. Many Twitter use
The Duchess of Sussex will join her husband at the event in the Netherlands, which kicks off this weekend, for the first few days. Many Twitter users reacted with excitement to the news that Meghan would attend with Harry.
One person with the handle @Meghanholic said: “Breathtakingly flawless, HRH, Princess Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex and Queen of the world, will grace #InvictusGamesNL.”
Another Twitter user, @LuciaPrincess8, commented: “So excited to see Queen Meghan.”
A third with the handle @summersandnfun said: “Perfect.”
Another, @Erikk_the_Dane2, wrote: “Super excited to see Meghan support her husband and all of the athletes at the Invictus Games.”
A fifth, @CreativeGemDC, added: “Excited!!”
Another, @waruni_smith, said: “Fantastic news.”
One more with the handle @Midnightsunshi4 commented: “Looking forward to seeing them. Especially Meghan. It will be great seeing her.”
Another, @thescientistma, added: “Of course she is. She has attended every game since they have been together. They are a team, a good one too. Best of luck to all the Invictus teams.”
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Meghan made her first appearance at an official engagement attended by Harry on September 24 2017 when she attended the Invictus Games opening ceremony in Toronto, Canada, although the pair sat about 18 seats apart.
The following day, the pair emerged hand in hand to make their first official public appearance together at the wheelchair tennis.
Earlier on Monday, Team UK competitors said they would like to see Meghan, and the couple’s children, two-year-old Archie and nine-month-old Lili, at the Games.
The children are not expected to be in attendance.
Harry founded the games to aid the rehabilitation of injured or sick military personnel and veterans from across the globe, by giving them the challenge of competing in sporting events similar to the Paralympics.
The Sussexes are living in California after quitting royal duties in 2020.