Glowing in Green! Harry and Meghan in the crowd for Invictus Games closing ceremony in Germany with Duchess of Sussex spotted clapping along as American team took their places to Springsteen’s ‘Born in the USA’
- Invictus Games is drawing to a close in Germany after a week of competition
- Harry wore a dark suit, while Meghan wore a green dress with floral patterns
Meghan Markle couldn’t hide her pride as she beamed at Team USA when they took their place for the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games.
She looked on adoringly as the team walked on stage to Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the USA.
Meghan clapped along to the song as it reverberated around the Merkur Spiel-Arena and blew kisses to the team.
Prince Harry also joined the applause front his front row seat.
He is due to give a five minute speech saluting those who have taken part in the week long games.
Meghan and Harry enjoying the closing ceremony at the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf
Meghan was glowing in a green dress cut with floral patterns
Meghan could be seen waving during the ceremony, which saw the US team enter the stage to Bruce Springsteen’s iconic hit Born In The USA
Dominic Reid, chief executive of the Invictus Games, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Elke Bundenbender and Frank-Walter Steinmeier, president of Germany, at the Invictus Games closing ceremony in Dusseldorf
Thumping dance music greeted each of the teams as they took to the stage with the Ukrainian team given a standing ovation.
Harry and Meghan stood clapping each of the teams. He was sat next to Elke Budenbender the wife of the German President, Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
Harry, dressed in a dark suit and dark shirt, could be seen leaning over to speak to Mr Steinmeier during the closing ceremony.
Meghan, meanwhile, was glowing in green, wearing a dress cut with floral patterns.
Earlier in the day, Meghan was seen hugging an athlete draped in the American flag as she took centre stage on the final day of the Invictus Games today.
The Duchess of Sussex, 42, handed the gold medal to Danielle Pothoof at the Swimming Medals Ceremony during day seven of the sporting event in Dusseldorf.
Wearing £260 trousers and a £580 trench coat from Cuyana as well as £545 Aquazurra purist pumps the royal hugged the athlete donning the star-spangled banner and couldn’t help but grin.
Danielle, who competes in both swimming and sitting volleyball at the games, served in the US Marine Corps as a Staff Sergeant.
While serving in Afghanistan in 2011, Danielle’s unit drove over a IED – leaving her critically injured and eventually needing a leg amputation.