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The Duke of Sussex celebrates fifth anniversary of the Invictus Games

The Duke of Sussex celebrated an important milestone with the Invictus Games earlier this week: its fifth anniversary. At a reception marking the occasion, Harry spoke of the Foundation’s history and how it has grown from the first Invictus Games in 2014 to a worldwide sporting event that has taken place on three continents. Wednesday night’s reception was held exactly five years from the…
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Duchess of Sussex is cutting back on engagements for Royal Tour

The Duchess of Sussex is cutting back on engagements after a busy first few days of the tour. She missed the awards for time trials cycling the morning after the Opening Ceremony. The ceremony ran late due to a thunderstorm that pushed back the opening to ensure the safety of everyone. Technical issues were also addressed as lightning hit the stage affecting electrical equipment. A spokesperson…
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Daphne Dunne cheers Prince Harry's climb of the Sydney Harbour Bridge

The weather could not have been more perfect for the Duke of Sussex to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Joined by Sydney Competitors and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Prince Harry climbed up on one side of the bridge before crossing over to raise the official Invictus Flag and then climbing back down the same side he came up. Just before the Duke arrived, bridge workers climbed up the…
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Prince Harry inspects Royal Marine recruits

For the first time as their Captain General, Prince Harry inspected the recruits. The Duke of Sussex flew into Lympstone, near Exeter, in a Royal Navy Wildcat, which is a maritime attack helicopter from the Commando Helicopter Force. After a ceremonial welcome where the Duke…
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Danish Royal Court confirms to Royal Central only Crown Prince Frederik will attend Invictus Games

Contrary to reports in the Australian and British media, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark will not be returning home next month to attend the Invictus Games. The Danish Royal Court confirmed to Royal Central that only Crown Prince Frederik would attend this year’s Invictus Games in Sydney. The Royal Court explained this morning, “HRH The Crown Princess will not attend the Invictus Games…
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