Harry and Meghan release previously unseen photo of themselves
Harry and Meghan release a previously unseen photo of themselves posing with an Invictus Games banner as they prepare to jet off to the competition in Sydney next week
- Duke and Duchess of Sussex released a previously unseen photo on social media
- Couple are snapped holding a banner promoting the Invictus Games
- The relaxed photo is believed to have been taken outside at Kensington Palace
- Harry and Meghan will fly to Sydney next week to kick off the sporting event
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex released a previously unseen photo of themselves on social media yesterday.
The couple were snapped holding a large banner emblazoned with ‘Invictus Games Sydney 2018’ in what is believed to be the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Next week Harry and Meghan will fly to Sydney as they kick off their two-week royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga.
A major focus of the trip will be the Invictus Games, the Paralympic-style sporting event founded by Prince Harry for wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were snapped holding a large banner emblazoned with ‘Invictus Games Sydney 2018’ in what is believed to be the grounds of Kensington Palace. The previously unseen image of the couple, pictured, was shared on social media yesterday
The relaxed photograph was shared on the official Invictus Sydney Twitter account yesterday. It was also posted on the official Kensington Palace Instagram account today, pictured
Harry and Meghan will attend a number of Invictus Games events, including the Closing Ceremony in Sydney.
The new photo, published yesterday, shows a beaming Meghan, 37, wearing what appears to be a black top with black trousers and a long, sleeveless burgundy coat, although the banner covers most of her outfit.
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Meanwhile Harry, 34, is smartly dressed in chinos, a light blue-grey blazer and a white open collar shirt.
The relaxed photograph was shared on the official Invictus Sydney Twitter account with the caption: ‘Fabulous to see The Duke & Duchess of Sussex Fly the Flag for #IG2018 ahead of their trip Down Under! We’re looking forward to hosting them at various events during the Games & including the Closing Ceremony.’
The Invictus Games was founded the Invictus Games in 2014 and has worked hard to build the event into a global brand in the years since. Pictured, Harry and Meghan in Sussex last week
The couple will arrive in Sydney on 16 October will spend 16 days carrying out a packed schedule of engagements in Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, illustrated above
It was also posted on the official Kensington Palace Instagram account today.
Prince Harry, 34, founded the Invictus Games in 2014 and has worked hard to build the event into a global brand in the years since.
The inaugural games took place in London in 2014 and was attended by Prince Harry, Prince William, Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall and the then Prime Minister David Cameron.
Prince Harry was joined by then US First Lady Michelle Obama at the second games, near Orlando, Florida, while the Queen and then President Barack Obama helped record promotional material.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their public debut as a couple at the Invictus Games in Toronto in September last year, pictured. This month they will attend the games in Sydney
Harry chose last year’s games in Toronto, Canada, to make his public debut with Meghan, prompting international coverage of the event.
The couple’s first Invictus Games appearance in Sydney will be next Friday 19 October, when Harry will climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to officially raise the Invictus Flag, marking the arrival of the Invictus Games to Sydney.
The following day they will attend the Opening Ceremony and will also take in some of the action, including cycling and sailing.
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