Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are enjoying their second day in the Netherlands’ capital The Hague, where this year’s Invictus Games are being held.
Originally scheduled for 2020 but delayed by the pandemic, the fifth edition of Harry’s international sports competition for wounded service members and veterans kicked off Friday, April 15.
On Saturday, reported People, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped out for the first medal event, the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge.
For the challenge, Harry sat in the vehicle’s passenger seat to act as navigator, assisting the driver weave through an obstacle course.
The Sussexes also had some fun by accompanying children in mini-Land Rovers, driving alongside kids in the tiny cars.
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made plenty of headlines during the first day of the games, including the moment when Duchess Meghan offered her coat to a mother carrying a baby, so she could bundle up the infant to stay warm.
In addition, the Australian Invictus team met with Harry to gift him with a pair of their trademark “budgie smugglers.”
Now that the Duke of Sussex is living in California, Team Australia thought it appropriate to continue the tradition of gifting stunning new budgie smugglers to the Duke #InvictusGames#IG22 @InvictusGamesNL pic.twitter.com/yKNoRNDGc0
— Aussie Invictus (@aussieinvictus) April 15, 2022