Prince Harry & Meghan attend reception to celebrate Invictus Games 2018

Prince Harry and Meghan are this morning attending a reception to celebrate the forthcoming Invictus Games 2018 in Sydney. The reception is hosted by the Prime Minister of Australia, Mr. Malcolm Turnbull, and his wife Lucy. The Prince is Patron, and founder, of the Invictus Games, a sport event for wounded veterans. After London in 2014, Orlando in 2016 and Toronto in 2017, Sydney will be the fourth city to host the Invictus Games in October 2018. Prince Harry and Meghan will travel to Australia in the Autumn to attend the event.

The Prince and his soon-to-be wife met with British and Australian servicemen and women who have competed in the Invictus Games in the past.

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They also received two Invictus Games jackets. I wonder if we’ll see the jackets on the couple when they are in Australia later this year!

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After one huge hit and one (huge) miss in the fashion department this week, Meghan is sparkling again in a new green floral Self Portrait dress, a black blazer and black Manolo Blahnik pumps. The blazer adds a much-needed professional edge to the dress, which features a daring upper part. Meghan’s bag is by Roland Mouret.


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Tonight, members of the Royal Family are attending Her Majesty’s Birthday Party Concert at the Royal Albert Hall. It is thought that Meghan will join her Prince for the event. Don’t forget to check the blog again later today!


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