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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle confirm their presence at the Endeavor Funds Awards next week

“We missed them!” Fans grumble about the long-awaited return of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to the spotlight as their attendance at next week’s Endeavor Fund Awards is confirmed

  • The presence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Endeavor Fund Awards next week at London’s Mansion House was confirmed today
  • Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, will help to celebrate the performance of wounded, wounded and sick soldiers and women next Thursday
  • The engagement will be the first in three joint assignments that the couple will undertake in early March, before officially resigning as senior royals
  • Followers quickly went to social media to share their joy about bringing the couple together after their return to Canada with baby Archie

Royal fans have shared their excitement after the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Endeavor Fund Awards at the Mansion House in London next week was confirmed today.

Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, will help celebrate the performance of wounded, wounded and sick soldiers and women this Thursday, March 5, in their first appearance since they visited Canada House before announcing their farewell to their royal duties.

The engagement will be the first in three joint assignments that the couple will undertake in early March, before officially resigning as senior royals.

And followers quickly went to social media to share their joy about bringing the popular couple together after their return to Canada with baby Archie.

Prince Harry, 35, to be seen at the Edinburgh summit this week) and Meghan Markle, 38, will help to celebrate the performance of wounded, wounded and sick soldiers and women in their first performance since their visit to Canada House before Thursday 5 March they announced their resignation from royal duties

Prince Harry, 35, to be seen at the Edinburgh summit this week) and Meghan Markle, 38, will help to celebrate the performance of wounded, wounded and sick soldiers and women in their first performance since their visit to Canada House before Thursday 5 March they announced their resignation from royal duties

“I am so happy. The prices are always inspiring and I have missed the duke and duchess so much, “said a fan.

One follower wrote: “Now, people, I’m looking forward to it,” and another added, “I can’t wait to see them!”

“Only Harry and Meghan. Can’t wait to watch this award ceremony, “tweeted a fan.

Elsewhere someone said: “Really? I can’t wait to see the most romantic and sexy couple on earth! Oooooooyessss’.

And others agreed: “We look forward to seeing them.”

The engagement will be the first in three joint assignments that the couple will undertake in early March, before officially resigning as senior royals. They can be seen during the Endeavor Fund Awards Ceremony last year.

The engagement will be the first in three joint assignments that the couple will undertake in early March, before officially resigning as senior royals. They can be seen during the Endeavor Fund Awards Ceremony last year.

The engagement will be the first in three joint assignments that the couple will undertake in early March, before officially resigning as senior royals. They can be seen during the Endeavor Fund Awards Ceremony last year.

Royal fans have shared their excitement after the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Endeavor Fund Awards at the Mansion House in London next week was confirmed today

Royal fans have shared their excitement after the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Endeavor Fund Awards at the Mansion House in London next week was confirmed today

Royal fans have shared their excitement after the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Endeavor Fund Awards at the Mansion House in London next week was confirmed today

The palace confirmed earlier reports that Harry and Meghan were attending the prizes today.

The couple celebrates the achievements of wounded, wounded and sick soldiers and women who have taken part in remarkable sport and adventure challenges in the past year.

Harry and Meghan’s last seven engagements

Tuesday : Travelyst conference in Edinburgh (Harry)

Friday: Invictus Games choir (Harry)

March 5th: Endeavor Fund Awards (Harry and Meghan)

6 March: Silverstone Experience (Harry)

March 7th: Mountbatten Festival (Harry and Meghan)

8 March: International Women’s Day (Meghan)

9th of March: Commonwealth Service (Harry and Meghan)

The Endeavor Fund supports the ambitions of men and women who use challenges to help with their physical, psychological and social recovery and rehabilitation.

The annual awards, now in their fourth year, bring hundreds of wounded, wounded and sick Service personnel and veterans together with their families, friends and supporters of the military community.

The award ceremony, organized by former Invictus Games medal winner JJ Chalmers, will be awarded four prizes during the night.

The prizes include The Recognizing Achievement Award, The Celebrating Excellence Award, The Henry Worsley Award and The Community Impact Award.

Upon arrival, the Sussexes will attend a reception where they will meet the inspiring nominees, as well as effort participants and key supporters of the Endeavor Fund.

They will then attend the award ceremony, where they will each award a prize. Harry will also give a short speech.

After his speech at the Travelyst conference in Edinburgh this week, Harry will also attend the Invictus Games choir on Friday and the Silverstone Experience next week.

Meanwhile, Meghan will attend International Women’s Day and participate with Harry at the Mountbatten festival next week.

Their last official engagement is expected to be March 9 when they join the Queen at Westminster Abbey to mark Commonwealth Day.

“I am so happy. The prices are always inspiring and I have missed the duke and duchess so much, “said a fan

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