Prince Harry seemingly snubbed his wife Meghan Markle during the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games last night.
Instead of paying tribute to his wife in his closing speech of the games, the Duke of Sussex chose instead to pay homage to the talented athletes and veterans taking part in the event.
As many as 500 injured servicemen and women from 21 countries competed in this year’s games in Dusseldorf, Germany.
“As you have seen and experienced, this week is so much more than a sporting event,” Harry said.
Prince Harry and Meghan applaud during Closing ceremony of Invictus Games
“It is a platform for positive change. We hope you too are feeling it deeply.
“I am sure, you’re all physically exhausted, but I also hope you are mentally stronger than when you arrived.”
Harry added: “We may have provided the platform but you provided the magic.
“We’ve all witnessed the true impact sport has had on your recovery and on your post-traumatic growth, but you will never truly know the impact that your actions this week have had on millions of people around the world.
“You have opened people’s hearts through your vulnerability, through your resilience and through your sheer abilities.
“My hope is that every memory made brings a smile to your face through a sense of belonging and an opportunity for you and your family to look forward with pride and purpose.”
Following the speech, the crowd was treated to vocal performances from Sam Ryder and Rita Ora.
This year’s Invictus Games also marked the Duke’s 39th birthday, with crowds of people in the venue serenading Harry on his special day.
Sam Ryder performed at the concert after the Invictus Games speech
As Harry sat with his wife Meghan at the Merkur Spiel Arena in Dusseldorf watching a volleyball match between Poland and Germany, a presenter asked if it was anyone’s birthday before getting the crowd fired up in song.