Duchess meghan You may have deleted your Instagram and Twitter accounts, but your presence is still felt on social media!
The Twitter account of the Kensington Palace published a black and white photo taken by the Duchess of Sussex from Prince Harry on the stage of the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday, October 27.
"Preparing for tonight @invictussydney Closing ceremony, where we will celebrate the competitors of #InvictusGames and their friends and family, "read the title together with a photo credit for the Duchess.
The photo, which was also shared by the palace on Instagram, marks the first photo published by Meghan (née Markle) since she married Harry on May 19. Former blogger Tig eliminated her social media accounts in January.
She is not the first member of the royal family to try her luck with photography, either: sister-in-law Duchess Kate He has published numerous photos he took of his children. Prince George Y Princess Charlotte.
The Duke of Sussex, who founded the sports event for wounded veterans in 2014, spoke at the closing ceremony, praising the participants.
"These men and women are role models. They are the ones that all children should admire, "noted the 34-year-old." In a world where negativity has too much platform, our Invictus competitors, many of whom have had a second chance in life, are achieving extraordinary things. "
He also spoke about the importance of mental health. "For that friend or partner you know, who is unable to talk about their problems. "For the man or woman he has seen on television, he is demonstrating that it is okay to talk about how we feel," the prince told the audience. "For girls and boys who see him talking openly about anxiety, stress and depression, he's showing that it's okay not to be okay." And most importantly, he's showing us all that it's okay to ask for help. "
The first Costumes The 37-year-old star also took the stage at the event, thanking the crowd for welcoming the Invictus community. "During this year's games in Sydney, I have witnessed the most incredible support networks that surround competitors, and I have had the privilege of meeting several of these family and friends," he said.
The couple, who also attended a wheelchair basketball event on Saturday, is currently on day 13 of their actual tour, which has taken them to Australia, Fiji and Tonga. They are heading to New Zealand on Sunday, October 28.
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