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PHOTOS: Prince Harry, Meghan begin Nigeria visit for Invictus Games

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The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle have landed in Nigeria for the first time.

They arrived on Friday morning, ahead of their 72-hour tour.

The Duchess of Sussex arrived at Heathrow yesterday to reunite with her husband at the airport’s VIP Windsor Suite.

They both boarded a British Airways overnight flight to Abuja, which experienced a slight delay due to the scheduled pilot falling ill, necessitating a replacement to be quickly arranged.

Seated in the first-class section of the Boeing 777, the couple, visiting Nigeria together for the first time, were separated from other passengers by a curtain.

This arrival in Nigeria follows Harry expressing his delight at returning to the UK this week to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games.

The Invictus Games, which he founded is designed to aid the rehabilitation of wounded and sick service members and veterans, among them Nigerian soldiers fighting a 14-year war against Islamic extremists.

Also, Prince Harry and Meghan after their arrival on Friday attended the inauguration of a mental health initiative at a school in the Nigerian capital, Abuja.

Welcomed by a traditional Igbo drum and dance ensemble, the couple made their way to Lightway Academy, where they were enthusiastically greeted by the students.

See pictures below:

Prince Harry and Meghan begin Nigeria visit for Invictus Games
Prince Harry and Meghan begin Nigeria visit for Invictus Games

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