Meghan Markle has revealed that she will be visiting Sydney this September, alongside Prince Harry, for the 2018 Invictus Games.
While attending UK team trials for the games at Bath University yesterday, Markle let the news slip while speaking with hopefuls for this year’s event.
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Kerys Knight, who won gold at the 2017 games for archery, spoke with Markle and discussed her attendance in Sydney this year: “She said how good it was to be here and see the start of the Invictus journey,” she told The Australian. “She was saying she went to Toronto last year but only got to see some of the swimming but this year she’s hoping to be there for the whole thing and see the whole journey all the way through.”
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Markle may make another international tour before September, but this is the first one that has been confirmed. She attended the 2017 Toronto games alongside the Prince – their first appearance together at an official royal event.
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The Invictus Games is an an international tournament for wounded and sick servicemen and women, which Prince Harry created and launched in 2014. The Prince is patron of the games and has attended every event to date – London in 2014, Orlando in 2016 and Toronto in 2017.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR UK.