Meghan promises Sydney trip to Invictus Games after watching trials with Harry

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This year's Invictus Games will take place in Sydney, according to the Kensington Palace Twitter account, and 400 qualifying military personnel and veterans are competing for only 72 spots.

During the trails, the casually dressed couple, who sported Invictus polos and jeans, spent the day greeting and chatting with athletes who hope to represent the U.K.at this year's games.

They also spoke to Maurillia Simpson, who was injured training for Afghanistan, spoke to the couple and later told People magazine, "Every time [Harry] sees me now he gives me an embrace. When I'm here I feel at home", the Dreamgirls star said.

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She said after speaking to Ms Markle: "We were talking about the weather, she said she was very British now because all she talks about is the weather - it's an important subject because she brought the sun with her, it was freezing earlier".

And it was also claimed the actress will be taking elocution lessons to soften her American accent. Jennifer wowed her British fans when she won her first season in the singing competition. "It's great that she's here and so supportive".

"The vision for the wedding will really be Meghan's and Jessica's", the source adds. In 2017, Markle accompanied Harry to the games where the two were snapped watching the wheelchair tennis match and sat together at the closing ceremonies. We have a long history of policing Royal events from the annual Windsor Garter Ceremony to State Visits and more recently Her Majesty the Queen's 90th Birthday. This was all before she even met Harry too.

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