Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has embarked on a poignant journey from Los Angeles to Germany to join her husband, Prince Harry, at the prestigious Invictus Games.
However, According to DailyMail, Meghan skipped a stopover in the UK, where she lived for three years with Prince Harry before their decision to step back from royal duties in January 2020.
This trip marks her first transatlantic journey since attending the Queen's funeral last year.
Meghan Markle's presence in Europe holds great significance as it coincides with Prince Harry's 39th birthday, which will be celebrated together.
In Dusseldorf, Prince Harry was actively participating in the Invictus Games.
He attended a wheelchair basketball match between Team UK and Ukraine and engaged in animated conversations with his friend JJ Chalmers, a former marine who competed in the first Invictus Games in London in 2014.
Chalmers himself had faced serious injuries during a bomb blast in 2011 while serving in the Royal Marines, making his connection with the Games deeply meaningful.
Meghan's arrival in Germany is eagerly anticipated, as she is expected to support Prince Harry and interact with athletes at various events during the week-long competition.
The Invictus Games, founded by Prince Harry in 2014, bring together sick, wounded, and injured military personnel from 21 countries to participate in ten team and individual sports.
This year's competition will run until Saturday, offering a platform for these remarkable athletes to showcase their resilience and determination.
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