MEGHAN Markle has arrived in Germany this afternoon – jetting in to support Prince Harry at the Invictus Games.

The Duchess of Sussex looked in good spirits as she touched down in Dusseldorf to join up with Harry – having briefly landed in London on a fleeting layover.

And while Meghan's return to the UK was short today, she is expected to have a starring role by her husband's side this week.

The mum-of-two is expected to meet some of the children attending the adaptive sports games.

She today touched down in Germany, and was driven to the Hyatt Regency with Harry who had just left the Games' arena shortly beforehand so he could be reunited with his wife.

Their children, Archie, 4, and Lilibet, 2, remain in the US.

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And German media outlets have reported that the Duchess will deliver a "very emotional" closing speech during the farewell ceremony.

The Invictus Games, for disabled military veterans, features a host of different sports and challenges and are due to last a week.

Across the pond, Meghan's sister-in-law Princess Kate has been busy at a Royal engagement – visiting inmates in prison who are struggling with addiction.

Kate donned a navy power suit to tour HMP High Down in Surrey – but caught the eye of many with the skin-coloured plasters wrapped around her fingers.

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The Princess of Wales appeared in a good mood as she headed to the prison, supporting inmates as patron of The Forward Trust ahead of Addiction Awareness Week.

Meanwhile, Harry looked happy as he arrived at the TRA/Rehabilitation Expo during day three of the games.

The Prince appeared to be in an excited mood as he lived every emotion from the sideline watching competitors in the wheelchair basketball.

The Duke of Sussex, 38, was previously seen cheering on competitors from the grandstand yesterday.

The royals are due to stay in the presidential suite at the waterfront hotel where they will be celebrating Harry’s 39th birthday on Friday.

During the opening of the event, Prince Harry compared himself to JFK and grappled with the German language.

Harry was then cheered by the crowd as he took his seat in the grandstand at the Merkur Spiel-Arena in Dusseldorf and was joined by around six members of his entourage.

As competitors raced in the 200 metres event, the royal could be seen cupping his hands around his mouth and cheering them on.

He sat next to Yulia Laputina, Ukraine’s Minister of Veterans Affairs who wore a military uniform and had a Ukrainian flag draped over her shoulders.


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Since the last games in The Hague, in the Netherlands, in 2022, Harry has brought out his tell-all memoir Spare and six-part Netflix series and attended the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and coronation of his father King Charles.

The competition this year will run until September 16.

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