This Tuesday (September 12th), Prince Harry (38) will be able to hug his wife Duchess Meghan (42) on German soil. After reports made the rounds that the former actress had been spotted at Los Angeles airport, Meghan is said to have arrived in Düsseldorf shortly before 4 p.m. This is reported by “Bild” and published as evidence a blurry photo that shows the 42-year-old in the back seat of a car in which she is said to have been picked up from the airport.

In the meantime, there had been different information about when Duchess Meghan would arrive in Germany. Initially it was said that she would land in Düsseldorf two days after her husband. Then suddenly there was concern that she might not come to Germany anymore. Prince Harry reached Düsseldorf on September 8th after a short trip to his British homeland, where he attended an awards ceremony and was seen at the resting place of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth (1926-2022) on the first anniversary of her death.

At the beginning of August, a spokesman for the project team from the news agency spot on news confirmed that, in addition to the prince, his wife was also expected in the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. Duchess Meghan will be given a special task at the end of the sixth edition of the Invictus Games.

At the closing ceremony, she will “personally moderate” the stories of the war-disabled competitors and those of their families. Meanwhile, as patron and initiator of the Invictus Games, Prince Harry is expected to say the final words and hand over the Invictus flag to the next host. Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier (67) is also expected to speak at the farewell ceremony.