Meghan Markle couldn’t hide her pride as she beamed at the American team as they took their seats for the Invictus Games closing ceremony.
She watched adoringly as the team took the stage to the sounds of Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the USA.
Meghan applauded the song as it echoed through the Merkur Spiel-Arena and blew kisses to the team.
Prince Harry also joined in the applause from his front row seat.
He is scheduled to deliver a five-minute speech to salute those who participated in the week-long matches.
Meghan and Harry enjoy the Invictus Games closing ceremony in Düsseldorf
Meghan glowed in an £830 laser-cut Cult Gaia dress with floral designs, along with £525 leather pumps from Aquazzura
Meghan could be seen waving during the ceremony, which saw Team USA take the stage to the tune of Bruce Springsteen’s iconic hit, Born In The USA.
Dominic Reid, CEO of the Invictus Games, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Elke Bundenbender and Frank-Walter Steinmeier, President of Germany, at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf
Team USA at the Invictus Games closing ceremony on Saturday. The crew took to the stage to Bruce Springsteen’s Born In The USA – with the approval of the Duchess of Sussex
Pounding dance music greeted each of the teams as they took the stage, with the Ukrainian team receiving a standing ovation.
Harry and Meghan applauded each team. He was seated next to Elke Budenbender, the wife of German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
Harry, dressed in a dark suit and dark shirt, could be seen leaning in to speak to Mr Steinmeier during the closing ceremony.
Meghan, meanwhile, glowed green, wearing an £830 Raylene dress from Cult Gaia, laser-cut with floral designs.
She also wore a pair of £525 Purist leather pumps from Aquazzura, £595 Kimai diamond earrings made with synthetic stones, a £5,000 Cartier bracelet and a pink emerald-cut diamond ring Lorraine Schwartz of £50,000.
Eurovision Song Contest finalist Sam Ryder performed two songs before the closing speeches began and it was revealed that 140,000 people attended the games.
The Space Man singer could be seen holding Meghan’s hand as he performed.
German Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier spoke of the “community” aspect of the games.
He said competitors’ refusal to give up was an example to everyone and people who served their country should not be forgotten.
Sam Ryder performed two songs at the Invictus Games closing ceremony
The British Eurovision winner could be seen smiling and holding Meghan’s hand as he performed
Space Man singer Sam Ryder performs at the Invictus Games closing ceremony
The Ukrainian team entered the stage for the closing ceremony to a standing ovation, clutching Ukrainian flags and applauding
He referenced the invasion of Ukraine and told the team they had the support of everyone who called it an “illegal war.”
The supportive pledge received a two-minute standing ovation.
He also thanked the Duke of Sussex for launching the games nine years ago.
Earlier in the day, Meghan was seen hugging an athlete draped in the American flag as she took center stage on the final day of the Invictus Games today.
The Duchess of Sussex, 42, presented the gold medal to Danielle Pothoof during the swimming medal ceremony during the seventh day of the sporting event in Dusseldorf.
Wearing £260 trousers and a £580 trench coat from Cuyana as well as purist £545 Aquazurra pumps, the royal hugged the star-spangled athlete and didn’t could help but smile.
Danielle, who competes in swimming and sitting volleyball at the games, served in the United States Marine Corps as a staff sergeant.
While serving in Afghanistan in 2011, Danielle’s unit ran over an IED, leaving her seriously injured and ultimately requiring a leg amputation.
The Duchess also put her name to a huge ‘tribute wall’ adorned with messages from visitors to the games – choosing to sign her trademark ‘M’ near a tribute to Harry’s mother, Diana, Princess of Wales .