October 24, 2018

Prince Harry opens the 2018 Invictus Games and mentions the new royal baby

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took part in the festivities celebrating the opening of the Invictus Games and he couldn't help but mention the upcoming baby.

The royal couple attended the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony this Saturday, October 20, 2018, at the famous Sydney Opera House.

The moment was shared on Kensington Palace's official Twitter account, where fans and followers were able to see pictures of the event.

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A SWEET TRIBUTE

The 34-year-old took the stage and delivered an emotional speech, not only about the Games, which he came up with but also the new royal baby.

Dressed in a dashing gray tweed blazer and trousers, the Duke of Sussex started by honoring his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, by mentioning that she was the one who declared the Opera House open back in 1973.

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A VERY SPECIAL COMPETITION

Harry went on to say that it was an honor to be standing on that same stage, one of Australia's most iconic symbols and the home of the fourth edition of the Invictus Games.

After encouraging all competitors, the Prince moved on to an emotional piece about the most recent addition to the Royal family, which was announced on Monday.

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"I have been so proud to be able to introduce my wife to you and we have been so happy to be able to celebrate the personal joy of our newest addition with you all."

Prince Harry, Invictus Games, October 20, 2018

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THE PROUD WIFE

Meghan, who was in attendance wearing a stunning navy blue Stella McCartney dress and coat, couldn't help but smile at her husband's words.

The coat sported by the Duchess of Sussex was designed by Gillian Anderson, former "X-Files" actress who became a fashion designer after a long run on television

The royal couple still has 11 more days on Australian territory as part of their 16-day official tour. They are also expected to visit New Zealand and Fiji in the following week.

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