Prince Harry was in his element kicking off his beloved Invictus Games this week, in its 2016 host city of Orlando, Florida.
The Games - a Paralympic-style multi-sport event for wounded servicemen and women – had its inaugural debut in London in 2014, and will next be held in 2017 in Toronto, Canada.
The Invictus Games were launched on May 8 with plenty of fanfare, as both Prince Harry and US First Lady Michelle Obama took to the stage at the opening ceremony to deliver rousing speeches.
Throughout the week, Harry has been on hand to meet the competitors and congratulate the winners at each event.
The Invictus Games have been something of a passion project for Harry, who has undertaken two tours of duty in Afghanistan during his career in the military. At the opening ceremony for the 2016 Games, he paid an emotional tribute to those servicemen and women who had “confronted tremendous emotional and mental challenges” as a result of their military service.
“When we give a standing ovation to the competitor with the missing limbs, let’s also cheer our hearts out for the man who overcame anxiety so severe he couldn’t leave his house,” he said.
“Let’s cheer for the woman who fought through post-traumatic stress and let’s celebrate the soldier who was brave enough to get help for his depression.”
See some of our favourite photos of Prince Harry at the Invictus Games here
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