Prince Harry met King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands on Friday, the last day of the Invictus Games.
The duo watched the final match of the wheelchair basketball game between the United States and the Netherlands, laughing and talking in the midst of a crowd.
Earlier today, Prince Harry announced that the 2025 Invictus Games will take place in Vancouver and Whistler, Canada.
“Ladies and gentlemen, Invictus is back in North America and that’s very well,” he said.
“As Invictus continues to adapt and evolve, I am pleased to announce that the Invictus Games Foundation has chosen Canada to host the first Hybrid Winter Games in 2025.
Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 introduces new sports as always and will provide a global platform to expand the scope and profile of winter adaptive sports.
And on Thursday night, Prince rejected shots of tequila in favor of a pint of Guinness at an Irish bar.
The Duke of Sussex visited Irish pub O’Casey in The Hague on Thursday evening with about 12 people.
Bar owner John Julai, 51, said Harry had a pint of Guinness before switching to lemonade.
“He loves Guinness, he loves Guinness of course, and who doesn’t?” Gulay told the Palestinian Authority News Agency.
According to Mr Julai, Prince Harry said “a pint, that’s it” and “I… [will] Stick to a pint and I’ll move on to lemonade.”
Mr. Gulay said the Duke had been given doses of tequila, but declined, suggesting instead that it be given to other people in the inn.
He said Harry stayed in the beer garden at the pub for 90 minutes before eating elsewhere.
Mr. Gulay said he did not send a bill to Harry’s table.
“I said, You know what?” This tape is mine. I am honored to be here.”
“They offered to pay but I said I’m really glad you were here, and the Invictus Games have been really good for the pub this week,” he said.
Mr. Gulay added that Harry was “a very nice man”.
The closing ceremony of the Invictus Games will take place in The Hague on Friday evening.
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