Canada is getting a visit from royal today as Prince Harry makes his way into our fair nation.
President Trump will also attend the games.
The prince’s proposed trip to Denmark is likely to be seen as another Brexit diplomacy visit by the royal family, who have made a series of European trips this year.
Kelly, who has raised over £50,000 for Help for Heroes, added: “Smudge is the main one I’m going to scream for”.
During the year royals have visited the majority of the EU’s major member states, with the King of Spain coming to the United Kingdom for a state visit.
Harry is related to Denmark’s monarch Queen Margrethe through his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh, as Philip’s great-grandfather was King Christian IX of Denmark.
The trip is the first lady’s first solo trip overseas, and she said in her statement announcing the trip that the event – founded by Britain’s Prince Harry – was “something that should be lauded and supported worldwide”.
“The Invictus Games in Toronto are just three days away”, Kensington Palace, which handles Harry’s public relations along with that of Prince William and his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, tweeted Wednesday.
That event takes place at the Air Canada Centre and is set to feature performances from Sarah McLachlan, Alessia Cara and the Tenors. The 36-year-old American actress told Vanity Fair this month the two are in love. “This is for us”.
Harry founded the Invictus Games in 2014 as a way to inspire and motivate wounded soldiers on their paths to recovery. They wrote: “Royal watchers are also speculating that Meghan Markle may accompany Harry to meet the First Lady-the Invictus Games are in Toronto, where Markle now resides”.