• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will visit Nigeria soon
  • The royal couple returns to Africa
  • They are set to travel next month

Prince Harry is slated to make a grand return to London on May 8 for the Invictus Games service at St Paul's Cathedral. While it remains a mystery if Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet will join him, one thing is for sure: Meghan will be by his side as they head to the African nation.

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A kiss, A trophy, and a special invitation

Remember when Meghan shared that adorable kiss with Prince Harry as she presented him with a trophy? Well, it seems their love story is taking them on a new adventure, thanks to an invitation from Nigeria's Chief of Defence Staff. The couple's bond with the Nigerian team during last year's Invictus Games in Dusseldorf was undeniable, and now they're set to deepen those connections.


Nigerian roots and Invictus returns: Meghan's discovery and Harry's tribute

Meghan's excitement about exploring her Nigerian heritage is palpable. After discovering she's 43% Nigerian, the Duchess is eager to learn more about her roots. "I'm going to start to dig deeper into all this," she shared with celebrity interviewer Ziwe. Nigerian women everywhere are thrilled, and so are we!

As Prince Harry prepares for his UK return, he's not just attending the Invictus Games service; he's also set to give a reading. Joining him will be actor Damian Lewis, who will recite the powerful poem 'Invictus', marking a decade of the Games changing and saving lives.

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What's next for the Duke and Duchess?

Details of the Duke and Duchess's visit to various organizations in Nigeria will be revealed soon, and the anticipation is sky-high. This trip is more than just a royal engagement; it's a journey of discovery, connection, and perhaps, a deeper understanding of Meghan's heritage.