It looks like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle won't be spending this Valentine's Day alone. Rather, the couple are set to make a major appearance on the 14th of February, which will mark their first joint public outing since the Duke of Sussex returned to LA last week.
The large-scale occasion scheduled in Harry and Meg's diaries is in aid of the 2025 Invictus Games. It is reported to take place in Vancouver, Canada, over three days, and will kick off on Wednesday before closing on the 16th of February.
As well as attending the 'One Year To Go' event, the couple will also head to British Colombia for the Winter Training Camp in Whistler, where they'll meet 2025's participating nations.
The Invictus Games event was launched earlier this year in a bid to inspire military veterans to try out winter sports, which will be added to next year's agenda. This is because the 2025 Games are taking place in Canada between the 8th and 16th of February.
The Invictus Games is a foundation incredibly close to the Prince's heart. He founded the international multi-sport games in 2014 for 'wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veterans.'
The last event took place in Düsseldorf, Germany, and both the Duke and Duchess were heavily involved in the entire running. Both were photographed attending the games and celebrating the closing ceremony together.
Harry spent a brief 26 hours in London at the beginning of the month, after learning of his father, King Charles III's cancer diagnosis.
The Duke's flying visit marked his first trip to the UK this year, and the first in-person meeting with the monarch since the Coronation in May 2023.
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