Meghan Markle accidentally spills about a big special event she'll attend after her Royal wedding

Rebelander Basilan
Apr 17, 2018
03:04 A.M.
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She is set to attend a special event after she becomes officially a member of the British Royal Family.

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Meghan Markle will join Prince Harry during the Invictus Games soon after they tie the knot, as reported by Closer Weekly.

It can be recalled that the newly-engaged pair made their first public appearance as a couple at the annual event in Toronto, Canada in 2017.

The couple will make attendance to the Invictus Games a tradition, according to Closer Weekly.

On April 6, 2018, Harry and the Suits actress visited Bath, England to meet with Invictus Games athletes during the UK Team Trials.

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Meghan told one of the athletes that she will attend this year's Invictus Games in Sydney.

Invictus Games is an annual sporting event for athletes who have physical disabilities.

"She told me she had never been to Australia but was going to this year's event and really looking forward to being there with Harry," Closer Weekly quoted Michael Mellon as saying.

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Michael is a sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball participant.

Kensignton Palace has yet to issue a word about Meghan joining Harry at the Invictus Games in Sydney.

If it turns out to be true, it will be Meghan's first of many overseas tours as a part of the royal family.

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When they appeared at the Games in Toronto in late 2017, the pair wore their most casual looks. She paired her branded polo with black bootcut Mother Denim jeans and a knee-length khaki green trench coat.

For his part, Harry sported an Invictus Games windbreaker overtop his own polo.

Harry, who founded the Invictus Games, has gained much love from physically-challenged athletes.

"I always tell him how much I appreciate him as a person and for who he is to us as soldiers and how gratefully we are for him giving us this as part of our recovery," said Maurellia Simpson, an Invictus Games participant, in an interview with People.

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