Prince Harry receives a Dutch lesson from the Invictus Games team

Prince Harry has learned the Dutch language from the Dutch team at Invictus Games. The international sportsperson has shared a video on Twitter in which the prince, among other things, can be seen learning the word ‘Stroopwaffle’ and dressed entirely in orange. Prince has launched a sports tournament for players who were physically and mentally injured during missions. In April the Prince will visit the event this time in The Hague.

The video shows the prince calling the video crew. The prince asks, “Good afternoon, did you do well in Dutch?” The group says the words in Dutch and Harry repeats it. Then he asks what more he needs to know. He responds: “I like it.” At the end of the video, one of the group members asks if the Lord of Sussex has not forgotten his hat. He is wearing an orange hat and orange sunglasses and reveals the orange shirt he is wearing under his hat. .

The first edition of the Invictus Games was held in London in 2014, followed by Orlando (USA, 2016), Toronto (Canada, 2017) and Sydney (Australia, 2018). Harry, who has twice been sent to Afghanistan, designed the competition to help the army recover. They participate in sports such as wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, wheelchair tennis, indoor rowing and wheelchair rugby. Princess Margaret is the Honorary Chair of the Nomination Committee for the Hacked Edition of Invictus Games.

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