The Duchess of Sussex is joining her husband Prince Harry for a day of activity

LIVE UPDATES: Meghan Markle high fives kids and gives out medals on day five of Invictus Games

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive for day five of Invictus Games


Enjoying the fifth day of the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, Germany, are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

At wheelchair basketball, the couple is starting the fun. Isabelle Casey, our reporter, is on the ground. They’re interacting, socializing, posing for pictures with young admirers, and supporting the contestants from the sidelines.

Meghan is stunning as ever in her casual ensemble. She took a late-night flight into Europe last night.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appeared to be in great spirits
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Meghan’s courtside fashion


Incredibly beautiful on her second day in Düsseldorf is the Duchess of Sussex. Meghan’s style file has always featured power dressing, especially her love of longline shorts.

Meghan is sporting a classy cardigan from JCrew and fitted white shorts from Staud, creating a laid-back look. The former actress also donned ballet flats with a leather toe cap from Chanel.

Meghan’s instant classic


Meghan’s black pleated dress from Banana Republic


Meghan’s outfit from yesterday is a true classic and demonstrates her dedication to reasonably priced clothing.

The Duchess looked amazing in an A-line skirt and elbow-length sleeves black midi shirt dress from Banana Republic. She accessorized the stylish ensemble with black Aquazarra stiletto heels.

Prince Harry at the Invictus Games – best pictures


Harry and Meghan meet friends and family members of competitors at the Friends @ Home Event
Photo: Chris Jackson


Her husband has been in Germany from the beginning, but Meghan Markle has only been at the games for a few hours.

The best photos from Harry’s stay in Dusseldorf are shown here.

Meghan looking radiant


Meghan watches the wheelchair basketball game
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How flawless does Meghan look?

The Duchess will be taking care of her own hair and makeup the entire trip as she is not bringing her entourage of stylists.

Cheering at the children’s event


Meghan claps as she watches a children’s event
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The pair is also taking in a kid’s event. They’re posing for pictures, giving high fives, and awarding medals.

Leaving Archie and Lili at home


Lili and Archie are back home in California


The Sussexes are without their two-year-old daughter Lili and their four-year-old son Archie. Even so, they haven’t forgotten about them!

“Just like so many of you, this is about family and friends and the community that Invictus has created, that Fisher House has created,” Meghan mentioned her children last night during her speech on stage. “I just had to spend a little bit more time at home getting our little ones settled, getting milkshakes, doing school drop off, and then I landed a couple of hours ago,” Meghan said.

Harry and Meghan give out autographs


The Sussexes are brightening fans’ days with their autographs and t-shirt signings.

Meghan’s new nickname


Harry and Meghan pose with the Nigeria team at the Invictus Games
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Harry and Meghan are having a meeting with several players from the Nigerian squad after this morning’s wheelchair basketball game.

The Nigerian Chief of Defense is giving them a plaque, and Meghan has even been given a new moniker: Amira Ngozi Lolo.

Legendary warrior princess Amira, blessed Ngozi, and royal wife Lolo are all related.

Harry’s budgie smugglers


The Aussie’s gift for The Duke of Sussex – a lovely piece of swimwear!
Photo via Instagram


Harry recently received a pair of budgie smugglers, which is an even better gift than Meghan’s new moniker!

The Australian squad is continuing the custom of presenting the swimsuit to the Duke at each Games.

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