The Duke of Sussex, who has revealed Invictus Games 2025 will take place in Canada, took a trip to an Irish bar on the Queen’s 96th birthday (Thursday, April, 21).
The Duke of Sussex enjoyed a “chilled pub night” with members of his Invictus Games staff and British friends who had flown over from London to join him.
There were speculations that Meghan’s hubby visited the pub to mark her grandmother’s big day. The Duke was surrounded by five bodyguards, including four men usually responsible for protecting the Dutch royals.
Prince Harry opted for a pint of Guinness and nursed this single drink all night before leaving at 11pm, the pub’s owner said.
There’re also reports that he was promoting his own merch as the Queen’s grandson reportedly wore a cap from his Archewell foundation for the occasion.
Harry sat in a secluded part of the large beer garden and then posed with John Gulay, owner of O’Casey’s Irish pub for a photo. In the snap, Harry sports a fleece with the Invictus Games logo, but his hat is what got royal fans talking. Hw wore an Archewell branded baseball cap for his night out at the pub in Holland.
The Duke of Sussex wore a black hat with the white letters ‘A’ and ‘W’ on the front, to publicise the charitable organisation he launched with his wife Meghan Markle after quitting royal duties.