In the last week, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been following the sporting events at the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, of which he is the initiator. He also turned 39 there, and everyone present sang his birthday during the sitting volleyball match.
Recently, Prince Harry and his beloved Meghan have been in a hurry in Germany, where he also turned 39. They decided to celebrate his birthday in Düsseldorf in a special way – like the previous days, they also went to the sixth Invictus Games on this day. This is an international sports event that was organized for the first time in 2014, and wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, including veterans, participate in it.
The organizers of the event congratulated the 39-year-old on social networks. “You have given hope, inspired millions, never stop doing what you do to put a smile on people’s faces,” they wished him. In addition, on a special occasion, competitors and spectators at the sitting volleyball match between Poland and Germany sang a birthday song in unison to Harry, who served in the British Army for 10 years and is the initiator of the project. The gesture is accompanied the birthday boy with a thumbs-up and a smiley face, reports People.
The couple also watched various adapted sports competitions last week and visited the participants of the sports ventures. “Makes you feel like you’ve known him forever,” shared Garrett Kuwada, who competes in wheelchair rugby, adding that they tease each other, joke, laugh and talk.
Harry’s birthday celebrations had started earlier. The day before his birthday, he went with his wife and some employees to a restaurant where they enjoyed Viennese steak, blood sausage and sausages.
In the past, the Invictus Games have been hosted in London, Orlando, Sydney, The Hague and Toronto, where Harry and Meghan made their first public appearance as a couple in 2017.