According to Telegraph however, since the couple no longer work in the royal family, they cannot actively participate in Trooping the Color or play a central role in public events taking place over the four-day bank holiday weekend.
In an interview for the BBC Harry revealed: “She [the Queen] had a lot of messages for Team UK which I have already passed on to most of them. So it was great to see her and I’m sure she would love to be here if she could.”
the To post also said that the couple had promised the Queen that she could “hug her great-grandchildren Archie and Lilibet ‘in the near future'” during the meeting.
Prince Harry founded the Invictus Games in 2014, “to assist in the rehabilitation of injured or ill military and veterans around the world”.
For Meghan’s first appearance at the games, she looked stylish in a white Valentino suit, which she paired with her wedding shoes and diamond earrings. On Saturday, the Duchess opted for a more casual, yet effortless black Celine jacket and jeans combo, which she accessorized with a pair of aviator-style sunglasses and Channel pumps.
The couple looked happy and relaxed in each other’s company as they addressed the crowd, waved to the competitors and thanked ‘the Netherlands for hosting us and organizing the Games Invictus”. Referring to all athletes and supporters as the “Invictus Family”.
The Duke of Sussex plans to stay in the Netherlands until Friday when the Games end. Meghan, however, left for Los Angeles on Monday to reunite with her two children, Archie, almost three, and Lili, who will be one in June.