PRINCE Harry beamed as he posed for a photo with Invictus volunteers after his tribute to the Queen without Meghan Markle.
The Duke of Sussex traveled to Düsseldorf to watch the entire multi-sport event, which begins today.
The group Harry was pictured with conducted all competitor assessments at the Invictus Games to ensure fair competition.
Yesterday he witnessed a tearful and lonely vigil at the queen’s resting place to mark the first anniversary of her death.
Harry, 38, looked suffocated as he left St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle at 9.50am.
The chapel had been opened specifically for Harry’s private vigil.
He spent the time alone next to the ledger that recorded where his grandmother was interned with her beloved Philip.
The site is in the area of the King George VI Memorial Chapel, part of the main chapel, and is open to the public.
After his vigil, Harry flew to Germany from Heathrow and checked into the Hyatt Regency Hotel’s presidential suite, which cost 1,600 euros a night.
He will open his Invictus Games today and Meghan, 42, is expected to join him on Monday.
But Meghan’s role is shrouded in mystery after she was dropped from the media schedule.
According to an official guide to the Games, the Duchess of Sussex would “take to the stage” for the closing ceremony. MailOnline.
Meghan was reportedly set to moderate a post about the competitors, but sources claim the information was included in error.
This came after Harry spoke about the Queen at the WellChild charity gala in west London on Thursday.
He was on a stopover trip to Britain for the first time since being evicted from Frogmore Cottage on the Castle estate by Charles.