Invictus Games 2018 is officially underway – and what better way to celebrate than with matching shirts? After their time…
Invictus Games 2018 is officially underway – and what better way to celebrate than with matching shirts?
After their time at the Anzac Memorial, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle struck off paralympic competition for wounded and recovering officials and veterans with Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Saturday (local time), but not for a quick outfit change.
Meghan, 37, switched from his former formal ensemble to a more relaxed and elegant look. She chose a pair of modern jeans in jeans and a black Invictus Games shirt with an Altuzarra Studio Acacia white blazer on top.
To finish the look, Meghan put a pair of trendy yellow Illesteva sunglasses.
At the same time, Harry, 34, who carried his military uniform to Anzac Memorial, also kept it free by matching his wife in a black Invictus Games – the same as he wore while scaling Sydney Harbor Bridge yesterday – and gray pants, with their own pair of shades.
The royal couple, who announced Monday that they expect their first child, arrived at Cockatoo Island on a smooth white yacht with Sydney Harbor as the scenic background.
When they arrived in the island, the couple jumped into an SUV where they drove to the race track. While Meghan and Harry were introduced to several volunteers and athletes. Soon after, Jaguar Land Rover began to swing through the women.
Connecting the pair to today’s kickoff was Meghan’s best friend, Jessica Mulroney, who shared a photo of the game’s port side’s banner for her Instagram Stories. The image has been deleted.
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Harry and Meghan made their official public debut as a couple of last year’s Invictus Games in Toronto . They memorably arrived hand in hand at the event and took in a day of competitions, support the competitors and greetings well wish.
To officially launch the 2018 edition of the games, Prince Harry, 34, cropped Sydney Harbor Bridge on Friday (local time) along with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Harry joined the 1,000 + rise of volunteers and Invictus Games athletes – but his wife got stuck on the ground.
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The royal couple, accompanied by Governor of New South Wales, David Hurley, started his fifth day in the tour at the official opening of the fortified Anzac Memorial. Anzac Day celebrated the first major battle involving Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.
While Meghan and Harry got a tour of the new educational and interpretation facilities and Hall of Silence where the sculpture “Sacrifice” stands. The official opening also took part by Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Premier of New South Wales, Gladys Berejiklian.
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The ceremony began with an open speech and musical procession before the king came in and sat in the front line of the people.
Meghan and Harry took a wreath to the memory place and hung it
During the ceremony, aircraft flew from the number 76 quadrant in the new castle, which provides initial preparatory courses for fighter pilots.
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The choir on the memorial also sang “I Promise You My Country”, Princess Diana’s favorite lord from her school days, sang both at her wedding I 1981 and her funeral in 1997.
Next up for the royal couple is a welcoming reception hosted by the New South Wales premiere before they enter their fifth day at the Invictus Games opening ceremony on the front of the Opera House in Sydney .