It seems like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the most of their recent trip to Europe.
18.09.2023 - 14:41 / dailyrecord.co.uk
Meghan Markle's lavish wardrobe during the Invictus Games got people talking and has been deemed as a "calculated move" to put Prince Harry into the spotlight, according to a royal expert.
The Duchess of Sussex reportedly wore a jaw dropping £300k worth of outfits over the course of six days at the event in Germany last week.
The 42-year-old opted for rather subtle coloured outfits each day, rather than wearing bright clothes, and her wardrobe expenses were hugely ramped by her choice of luxurious accessories, the Express reports.
Daniela Elser, a royal expert wrote for news.com.au: “The Duchess of Sussex, in taking her wardrobe off the table story-wise this week, would seem to be trying to ensure that the spotlight and attention remains on the Games and her thinning-haired other half, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex. No limelight stealing here, no siree!
“Thus carry the two, subtract one and you get Meghan wearing the blandest clothing I have ever witnessed on Getty Images to the Invictus Games.
“Consider this the Duchess of Sussex’s best attempt to fade into the background while Harry struggles to wipe the joyful smile off his face as he excitedly hugs his way around the Games.”
Some of the outfits the former Suits actress wore saw her amass a total outfit spend of over £267k on her first day alone in Dusseldorf on September 12.
The pricey total was racked up by items including a £961.14 Rayures d’Ete shawl from Hermes, a £2,122.65 Goyard 'St. Louis PM' tote bag, a £20,824.70 Cartier yellow gold Tank Francaise watch and her £140,000 Welsh gold wedding band.
The duchess is known for her love of designer brands which she also showcased with her Chanel and Givenchy outfits.
Despite also including some more affordable high
It seems like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the most of their recent trip to Europe.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly made a secret romantic trip to Portugal after their time in Germany for the Invictus Games earlier this month.
Prince Harry was all smiles as the Invictus Games crowd sang him happy birthday as he celebrated turning 39 with Meghan Markle at his side. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at the Merkur Spiel-Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany, on Friday to watch the host nation’s volleyball team battle it out against Poland for a place in the semi-finals.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot back in 2018 and have out on a united front ever since, particularly when making royal appearances, but one source has said that the pair rather different when it comes to their interests.
Prince Harry ended another successful Invictus Games! On Saturday, the Duke of Sussex officially closed out the week-long competition held in Düsseldorf, Germany, with a closing ceremony. Harry, 39, was joined by his wife, Meghan Markle, at the event where th
Prince Harry became visibly tearful as he gave an emotional speech at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games.The royal began his speech in German, before going on to say that the Invictus Games are "more than a sporting event" and are also a "platform for positive change." Harry's wife Meghan Markle could be seen supporting her husband from the crowd as she joined those applauding the Duke of Sussex's speech. During the closing ceremony, Harry also revealed an emotional moment he had shared with Master Corporal James Gendron during the games, when Harry noticed a pair of bagpipes in the Invictus 2025 tent. The Duke of Sussex recalled: "While we were chatting, I noticed bagpipes lying on the floor in the corner.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry closed out the 2023 Invictus Games with smiles on their faces and a Rita Ora performance!
39th birthday on Friday at the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf in the most German fashion — with plenty of booze.Pictures obtained by The Post show the couple passing a clear pint back and forth as they watched a volleyball final match before the Harry-founded Paralympic-style games come to a close on Saturday.The birthday boy was captured enthusiastically cheering during the match, so much so that the former “Suits” actress covered her face as her husband celebrated during the match.The estranged Duke and Duchess of Sussex also hit up a local brewery called Schumacher with some friends on Thursday, where Harry reportedly threw back six beers while Markle enjoyed just one. Head waiter Frank Wacker, who served the party, told DailyMail.com that the duo splurged on the birthday feast, which apparently included family-style dishes of wiener schnitzel, pork knuckle, sausage, roast, and mashed potatoes.“They were very happy,” the insider said, adding that Harry received a white chocolate cake for dessert.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle packed on the PDA as they celebrated the Duke of Sussex's 39th birthday at the Invictus Games in Germany. Prince Harry and Markle were photographed getting cozy while watching a volleyball game during the sixth edition of the games. Harry created the Invictus Games in 2014 for wounded, injured and sick military service members.
Prince Harry marked his 39th birthday while sipping on beer with his wife Meghan Markle at The Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, Germany. The Duke of Sussex turned 39 on Friday, 15 September while attending day six of the global sporting event which he founded in 2014. Despite their busy day of engagements, Harry and Meghan looked happy and relaxed as they watched the volleyball final between Poland and Colombia at Centre Court.
If you want to shop like Meghan Markle, now is your chance to do it at an affordable price point!
can no longer be denied. For at least the second time since setting foot in Dusseldorf, Germany for the 2023 Invictus Games, the Duchess of Sussex has .On September 12, the wore a black pleated Banana Republic shirtdress, which originally retailed for $140 on their website…until it sold out after Markle's public appearance.
Prince Harry is 39!
Happy birthday, Prince Harry!
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle indulged in some German beer at a brewery bar in Dusseldorf to celebrate the Duke’s 39th birthday, amid The Invictus Games. The royals were seen drinking lager and eating traditional German dishes, including sausage, Wiener Schnitzel, red cabbage and mashed potato before they left a “big tip” for the staff. The couple were all smiles as they posed for a picture at the end of the evening.
Fans of the royal family noticed that Meghan Markle was missing a very prominent accessory while supporting Prince Harry at the Invictus Games this week – her engagement ring.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle looked so in love as they put in another PDA-filled appearance at the Invictus Games. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could barely keep their hands off each other as they watched the Ukraine vs Nigeria volleyball match at the Merkur Spiel-Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany, on Thursday.The couple, who stepped back from senior royal duties in 2020, were seen embracing and gazing at each other lovingly during the appearance - while also posing for selfies with fans. During the outing, Meghan comforted a German volleyball player who had been left devastated after breaking his leg when he slipped on a wet court.
Team USA all the way Wednesday at Prince Harry’s Invictus Games.The Duke, 38, and Duchess, 42, of Sussex attended the Wheelchair Basketball Final in Dusseldorf, Germany, on Wednesday and watched as the US beat France. Markle added a pop of red, white, and blue to her all black outfit after a Team USA supporter seated behind her gave her an American flag badge, the Daily Mail reported.
took in a game of wheelchair basketball.At one point during the tournament, the “Suits” star was sitting in the bleachers with Harry, 38, and she took part in a big group wave!She joyfully sprang her arms up in the air alongside the rest of the crowd and laughed with the other viewers.Headlines about Markle’s moves at the event sparked some fun reactions from fans on social media, with one person writing even comparing Markle to Harrys late mother: “Can’t stop reading news about Meghan Markle taking part in a big group wave….the people’s princess fr!!!!”Diana, Princess of Wales was famously known as the “People’s Princess” until she tragically died in a car crash in Paris in 1997, because of her uncanny knack for connecting with non-royals.Markle arrived in Europe from California on Tuesday and met up with her hubby at the Games. While the duchess’ $160 J.
Prince Harry was 'nervous' compared to his 'confident' wife when the royal pair appeared together at this year's Invictus Games, a body language expert has revealed. Meghan Markle arrived at the 2023 Invictus Games on Tuesday, 12 September and apologised for 'being late to the party'. Harry, who founded the games in 2014, gave his wife the spotlight and centre stage to give a poignant speech to the 1,600 attendees, including competitors, friends and family.