Prince Harry believes “encouragement is essential” for people to get through “vulnerable moments.”
The 37-year-old prince traveled to Düsseldorf, Germany on Tuesday (09.06.22) to mark a year before the upcoming Invictus Games, an international competition for wounded veterans. .
“I can’t wait to hear the roar of the crowd, feel the adrenaline of the competition, and be a part of the laughter, the tears and of course the happy moments. I can’t wait to see what life is about to change.” Our eyes. ”
Harry then asked for more help for the wounded veteran.
He explains: “Encouragement is essential in the moments when we are most vulnerable.
“So I ask all of us to do our part to provide space for these incredible military men and women to be honest, courageous, and true to themselves. To do.”
Formerly serving in the British Army, Harry helped the city of Düsseldorf to support the spirit of the Invictus Games.
“From what I’ve already witnessed today, I have a good sense of how to live up to the motto of these games, A Home For Respect.
“I believe that showing respect and appreciation is just as important as experiencing respect and appreciation. That’s the spirit we bring to Düsseldorf.”
Harry launched Invictus Games in 2014 to help rehabilitate military and veterans.
And he has previously explained what this event means to him personally.
The Prince, who has three-year-old Archie and 15-month-old Lilibet with the Duchess of Sussex, said: “When I was in the army, I promised to leave before I had a wife and children. Imagine the heartache, the possible risk of injury, and the reality that if that happened, my family’s life could change forever.
“All members of the Invictus community have gone through these things to varying degrees. I have great respect for what they and their families have sacrificed in the name of service.”