Meghan Markle may be the next royal photographer to follow in Kate Middleton's footsteps! [D-19659002] The Duchess of Sussex, 37, made a sweet photo of her husband, Prince Harry, as they delivered their speeches for the Invictus Games graduation on Saturday. In the impressive black and white snapshot, Harry, 34, walks across the stage in a dark shirt while holding a microphone.
"The Duchess of Sussex," the Tweet says in part that Meghan was the photographer.
The photo was posted on the Kensington Palace Twitter Account, which Meghan shares with Prince William, Kate, and Harry. It's the first Meghan picture that fans have seen since deleting their Twitter and Instagram accounts earlier this year after she became engaged to Harry in December 2017. Royals, with the exception of Princess Eugenie, have no individual social media accounts
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The proud female moment is reminiscent of one of her earlier on her royal tour, as Meghan watched Harry lecture for the opening ceremony of the Games. There was an empty sea of thousands of chairs in front of him, except for the seat in the front row, which his attentive spouse was filling.
On Saturday, the Paralympics-like contest in honor of wounded soldiers and veterans Harry founded ended with speeches from the couple. To the delight of the fans Meghan surprised the audience with the microphone.
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"It is an honor to be here tonight and support my husband at the Invictus Games, which he founded four years ago." In a short time, the games have become an international platform for some of the best athletics and sports disciplines you could ever experience, coupled with a camaraderie and close community that can only be called the Invictus Spirit. "
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Meghan also revealed that she has a connection to those who participate in the games.
"I am I am Not sure if many of you know that, but a few years ago, before I met my husband, I had the incredible honor of visiting troops around the world, from Britain to Italy and Afg hanistan to several other countries. "She remembered.
Prince Harry shared a similar message, thanking the participants for their constant bravery and openness.
"These men and women are role models," he said. "They are what every child should look up to, and in a world where negativity is too great, our Invictus competitors, many of whom have a second chance at life, achieve extraordinary things."