Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have arrived in Nigeria on a three-day trip to promote the Invictus Games.

They touched down in the West African country after the duke spent much of the week in London.

The couple visited a school and the duke was also scheduled to meet injured service members at a military hospital.

Harry and Meghan will also attend a training session for charity Nigeria: Unconquered – which collaborates with the Invictus Games – as well as a reception where military families will be honoured.

The duchess is scheduled to co-host an event of Women in Leadership with Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the director general of the World Trade Organisation.

Other items on the agenda include a basketball camp with Giants of Africa, a cultural reception and a polo fundraiser.

The trip marks their first to Africa since 2019, when in their last official visit as working royals, the couple visited South Africa, Malawi, Angola and Botswana.


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