• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been in Whistler
  • They went there to promote the upcoming Invictus Games
  • Prince Harry went for speed doing THIS!

Prince Harry, the daredevil Duke of Sussex, took to the icy lanes of Whistler's bobsled track, clocking in at a hair-raising 99 kilometers per hour! Onlookers couldn't help but cheer, their cowbells clanging in celebration as the royal slid to a stop. "Everyone should do this, it should be compulsory," he exclaimed, his grin as wide as the track itself.

Harry is a brave royal

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Before his adrenaline-pumping descent, Harry was all ears during a crucial safety briefing. Medics were on standby – just in case – but the prince emerged from his chilly challenge unscathed and full of enthusiasm. It's not all just for kicks – Harry's high-octane escapade was a shout-out to the upcoming Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025. Founded by the prince himself, these Games are a beacon of hope for service personnel and veterans injured in the line of duty.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, joined her husband in Whistler, not just for the thrills, but to stand with the Invictus athletes. Together, they're a power couple with a mission: to spotlight the transformative power of sports.

American hero Ivan Morera, still serving after a life-changing injury, is a testament to the Invictus spirit. With a heart full of gratitude for Prince Harry, Morera is gearing up for next year's competition, ready to conquer the skeleton, nordic skiing, and biathlon.

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The 2025 Invictus Games are set to be a snowy spectacle, with 500 competitors from 23 nations. From the skeleton to wheelchair curling, the Games promise to be a celebration of resilience and camaraderie.