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Invictus Games to feature winter sports for 1st time when Vancouver, Whistler host in 2025
Prince Harry · Vancouver

Invictus Games to feature winter sports for 1st time when Vancouver, Whistler host in 2025

50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, announced Friday that the two B.C. municipalities have won the bid to host the eight-day international sports competition for wounded and ill military veterans in February 2025. The games will feature alpine skiing, nordic skiing, skeleton and wheelchair curling as well as indoor rowing, sitting volleyball, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball.See the Story
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle invited to Queen’s Jubilee celebrations: report
Europe · London

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle invited to Queen’s Jubilee celebrations: report

47% Left coverage: 17 sources
Queen Elizabeth II wants the California-based couple to attend her Platinum Jubilee celebrations in the UK. If the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decide to travel for the festivities in June, they will not have a formal role or take part in the Trooping the Colour parade. They would appear at several events, the outlet reports, including a service of thanksgiving at St. Paul's Cathedral.See the Story
Prince Harry Hails Ukraine Team's 'Bravery' At Invictus Games Opening
Europe · London

Prince Harry Hails Ukraine Team's 'Bravery' At Invictus Games Opening

50% Left coverage: 20 sources
Invictus Games for wounded, injured and ill service personnel and veterans opens in Netherlands. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan were in the front row for opening ceremony. Harry singled out the Ukrainian team and their supporters. 500 competitors from 20 nations are taking part in the games that run through April 22.See the Story

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Europe · London

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Kiss Onstage at Invictus Games Opening Ceremony

60% Left coverage: 20 sources
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke about Ukraine during the Invictus Games opening ceremony. 19 athletes from Ukraine are competing in the international sporting event in the Hague, the Netherlands. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke to Team Ukraine on Thursday, urging them to win.See the Story
Prince Harry

Harry awkwardly dodges question when asked if he misses Charles and William

70% Left coverage: 10 sources
The Duke of Sussex sat down with The Today Show's Hoda Kotb to discuss his passion project, the Invictus Games. The conversation naturally turned to his family relationships. Harry has made it clear that he's happy with his decision because it's given him the peace of mind he was always looking for.See the Story
Europe · London

The Prince Harry Interview: On Meghan, Fatherhood and How the Invictus Games Changed His Life

86% Left coverage: 7 sources
Prince Harry opened up about his and the duchess's relationship in a new interview. He also spoke about taking life's "gifts and challenges" as "lessons" The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently in The Hague for the Invictus Games. The event is an international sporting competition for wounded veterans.See the Story
Europe · London

Meghan and Harry protected by Barack Obama's former security guard

57% Right coverage: 7 sources
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are working with a bodyguard who provided close protection services to two American presidents. Christopher Sanchez spent five years working under George W Bush and Barack Obama. The couple flew into the UK from Los Angeles with their bodyguards last week, making a low-key visit to the Queen on Thursday.See the Story

Prince Harry claims he’s ‘doomed’ as he jokes about thinning hair

100% Left coverage: 7 sources
“I'm already... I’m doomed,” the dad of two, 37, said while promoting his Invictus Games. The Duke of Sussex’s big brother Prince William in 2017 joked about his own hair loss, saying to a hairstylist, “I don't have much hair, I can’t give you much business”See the Story
Invictus Games · Grimsby

Invictus Games athlete teaches Pilgrim Academy children all about resilience

Commonwealth and Invictus Games athlete Sean Gaffney visited Pilgrim Academy in Immingham. He took the whole school through a workout, before giving an inspirational talk on overcoming adversity. Sean joined the Royal Navy in 1989, where he remained for almost 30 years. In 1991, while practising for the event, a 900lb gun barrel was dropped on his foot. In hospital he had to undergo 25 surgeries, resulting in a leg amputation below the left knee.See the Story

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