• Prince Harry has arrived to the UK
  • He makes a headline-worthy comeback
  • To celebrate Invictus Games' decade of triumph

Flying solo without Meghan Markle (42) or their adorable offspring, Archie and Lilibet, in tow, Harry's lone wolf move has tongues wagging. And with none of his royal kin slated to join tomorrow's thanksgiving ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral, it's clear this visit is strictly business for the Duke. Yet, amidst the family's recent health woes, Harry's return is a beacon of hope, especially with the uplifting news of Sarah Ferguson's triumph over skin cancer.

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Invictus Games: A decade of Harry's heart and soul

Founded by Harry in 2014, the Invictus Games have become a symbol of resilience, empowering wounded, injured, or sick armed services personnel and veterans to embrace their recovery through the power of sport. Tomorrow, Harry will stand before an audience at St Paul's, not just as a prince, but as a proud founder, celebrating a milestone that's a testament to the indomitable spirit of the human will.

Invictus Games Düsseldorf 2023 - Closing Ceremony

The royal family's tumultuous times

It's no secret that the royal family has been navigating through stormy seas, with health concerns casting a shadow over the palace. But Harry's return, albeit brief and solo, is a glimmer of light in these trying times. It's a reminder that, despite the distance and the drama, family and duty still hold a place in the Duke's heart.

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