Prince Harry says some veterans who competed in the Invictus Games would have taken their own lives if it weren’t for the event
- Prince Harry returned to Europe for the first time since leaving the Royal Family
- He participated in the Invictus Games being held in the Netherlands
- He joined Meghan Harry at the opening ceremony and stayed at the ceremony
Prince Harry has said that some of those who competed in the Invictus Games would have taken their own lives if it had not been for the event.
At the closing ceremony, the Duke of Sussex said: “From the Invictus talks in the park this week, and as some of you have personally shared with me, many would have taken their lives if it weren’t for these Games.
“Being here has made you choose to stay with us, and I can’t explain how much you all mean to us.”
Prince Harry, pictured, addressed the contestants yesterday at the end of the Hague Invictus Games
The event was the first time Harry and Meghan had returned to Europe since leaving the Royal Family
Rumi, XIII. Referring to the 19th-century Persian poet, he added: “There is a strong reference to the circle: ‘White is the place where light enters you.’
Harry, who created the Games for Wounded Military Veterans, addressed the athletes at the end of a week-long event in The Hague.
The games were the first time Sussex had returned to Europe together, leaving the Royal Family two years ago and moving to California.
Meghan joined Harry for the opening ceremony and was there for the duration of the tournament.
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