Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently reminisced about their significant journey to Canada, in honor of the 2025 Invictus Games.

In an interview with People on February 20, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared their gratitude for their time in Canada, particularly in Whistler, British Columbia, where they engaged with athletes at the Blackcomb resort ahead of the winter Invictus Games.

Expressing appreciation for their three-day visit, they highlighted Canada’s special significance to them and the warm welcome they received from the Four Host First Nations, Invictus participants, coaches, and families as they celebrated One Year To Go before the games.

The couple cherished reconnecting with the Canadian community and eagerly anticipate their return for the Invictus Games, an event for wounded veterans initiated by Harry in 2014.

During their visit, they attended the One Year to Go Dinner at the Vancouver Convention Center on February 16. Meghan donned an olive green off-the-shoulder gown, while Harry opted for a black suit.

Singer Michael Bublé serenaded the event, altering lyrics of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” to honor Harry’s visionary leadership and extend well wishes to King Charles, recently diagnosed with cancer.

While in Canada, Harry candidly discussed his family, including his father’s cancer diagnosis, in an interview with Good Morning America. He expressed gratitude for being able to visit Charles promptly upon learning about his illness, emphasizing the importance of family bonds.

Regarding his bombshell book about the royal family published in January 2023, Harry briefly addressed potential family reunification amidst Charles’ illness, acknowledging the unifying effect of illness on families.

He also shared heartwarming updates about his children, Archie and Lilibet, emphasizing their humor and grounding influence in their lives.

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