Prince Harry raises Invictus Games flag over Sydney Harbor

Sergio Cunningham
October 20, 2018

To officially welcome the Invictus Games to the city, the duke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and athletes will scale the bridge to plant the Invictus flag.

The multi-sport event starts on Saturday and will last 7 days, before coming to a close on Saturday 27. Both Harry and Meghan beamed as they joined attendees for the daily Anti-Bad Vibes Circle at Bondi Beach, which the group usually follows up with yoga and surfing.

Meghan and Harry are now on a 16 day tour of Australia and New Zealand.

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Finishing off that Prince Harry is "lovely". Traces of republican sentiment have so far been obscured, however, as crowds of fans and well-wishers flock to meet the young royals, offering gifts of flowers and words of support for the pregnant duchess.

Harry, Prime Minister Scott Morrison, four members of the Australian team and the widow of an Australian veteran climbed more than 1,000 steps up the back of an arch to raise the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 flag.

Daphne will be supporting the games as well, attending her first event on Monday. Will you be going to watch the Invictus Games?

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