What you need to know about the Invictus Games

Prince Harry

Kensington Palace has confirmed that Harry, fifth in line to the British throne and one of the royal family's most famous faces, will hold his first meeting with first lady Melania Trump when he travels to Canada for the Invictus Games. His Royal Highness is looking forward to spending time with entrepreneurs, young community leaders, and meeting individuals who are using sports for social development.

(ABC News says she is "expected" to attend.) This would be the first time Markle ever accompanied Harry on an official royal event, and you can expect the photos to become omnipresent immediately-they'll probably project them in the night sky in London.

"His Royal Highness will also attend a reception hosted by Her Majesty's Ambassador to Denmark".

During the year royals have visited the majority of the EU's major member states, with the King of Spain coming to the United Kingdom for a state visit. William and Kate travelled to the Danish capital to support Unicef's East Africa appeal and toured the organisation's emergency supply centre.

All 550 of the competitors are active duty and veteran service members who "have become ill or injured during or as a direct effect of their service", according to the games' website.

He will later attend the Opening Ceremony at the Air Canada Center, where he will be joined by Trump and Trudeau to watch a show that features Alessia Cara, Sarah McLachlan and The Tenors taking to the stage, as well as a parade of nations and an official flag-raising ceremony.

The pair have been dating since past year, but are yet to appear in public together.

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The actress declared: "We're two people who are really happy and in love. This is for us". "It's amusing, our nanny was there and she came into the room with the kids and I said 'This is Harry" and it took her five or six minutes before she realised it was the prince of England.

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