Meghan Markle Jets Out to Join Husband Harry at Invictus Games in Germany, Skipping Stopover in the UK

Meghan Markle Jets Out to Join Husband Harry at Invictus Games in Germany, Skipping Stopover in the UK

Meghan Markle, displaying evident delight, departed from the United States to reunite with her husband at the Invictus Games in Germany.

However, despite her arrival in London, it has been exclusively revealed that her stay in Britain will be brief.

Transatlantic Travel for Meghan

The Duchess of Sussex, aged 42, embarked on a journey from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to London Heathrow, accompanied by a lone bodyguard responsible for her bags and clothing.

This trip marks her first transatlantic voyage since her visit to London for the Queen’s funeral in September of the previous year.

Her decision to travel to Germany allows her to be with Prince Harry as he celebrates his 39th birthday on Friday.

Leaving Archie and Lilibet Behind

Notably, Meghan left her two children, Archie and Lilibet, at home during her journey.

Prior to her departure, she was spotted driving her black Range Rover to grab a burger from In-N-Out, close to the couple’s $14.6 million residence in Montecito, California.

Arrival and Airport Departure

After arriving at the airport shortly before 6 pm, Meghan exited her limousine wearing white flats, black three-quarter-length trousers, a V-necked long-sleeved top, and oversized sunglasses atop her head, with a signature hat in hand.

Her solo bodyguard carried a rucksack and a dark suit carrier, possibly containing one of Meghan’s dresses.

Swift Journey Ahead

Meghan is expected to land in London briefly but is unlikely to stay long in the British capital, where she resided with her husband for three years before their departure in January 2020.

Her immediate plan is to board a British Airways flight to Dusseldorf, Germany, where Prince Harry is participating in the Invictus Games, scheduled to conclude on Friday.

Upon her arrival in Germany, she will be transported to the five-star Hyatt Hotel, where Harry is staying in the Presidential suite.

Meghan will be present to support her husband and the athletes at various events leading up to Harry’s keynote speech at the closing ceremony, during which she may also address the audience.

Helping Harry Shine

Commenting on Prince Harry attending the event alone, broadcaster Eamonn Holmes noted that it allows the world to see Harry’s personality and credibility, emphasizing his ability to engage with the audience effectively.

Harry’s Involvement and Warm Welcome

Prince Harry played a central role in the Invictus Games, presenting gold medals to Team USA after their victory over Team UK in the wheelchair rugby final.

His enthusiasm and engagement were evident as he cheered alongside the crowd. He also interacted with young fans, giving them high-fives during the event.

Meghan’s Participation and Birthday Celebration

Meghan, while not present at the start of the event, is expected to join later in the week and meet with children attending the games.

The couple will be celebrating Prince Harry’s 39th birthday in Germany in the luxurious presidential suite of their waterfront hotel.

The Invictus Games, featuring 550 wounded and disabled military personnel from 21 countries participating in various sports, will run until Saturday.


Meghan Markle’s swift journey from the United States to Germany to join Prince Harry at the Invictus Games highlights the couple’s dedication to supporting the event they hold dear.

While her stay in Britain is short-lived, her presence in Germany is expected to add significant support to Harry and the athletes participating in the competition.

The Invictus Games continue to be a symbol of resilience and camaraderie among wounded and disabled military personnel from around the world.

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