Rita Ora turns heads in a sheer mesh costume at the Invictus Games closing ceremony before mingling with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle backstage
Rita Ora showed off her toned physique as she took to the stage in Germany at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games on Saturday.
The Praising You hitmaker, 32, looked incredible in a figure-hugging bodysuit that clung to her curves before slipping into a glamorous dress as she joined Prince Harry, 39, and Meghan Markle, 42, backstage.
The Invictus Games help injured and ill personnel and veterans from various countries recover through competitive adaptive sports.
Inspired by his visit to the US Warrior Games in 2013, Prince Harry founded the Games as a similar sporting event for injured military personnel.
Rita appeared alongside Sam Ryder and performed six of her hit songs.
High performance: Rita Ora showed off her very toned physique as she took to the podium in Germany at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games on Saturday
Royalty: Last year’s Eurovision Song Contest runner-up Sam Ryder (pictured right) also performed and both singers met Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
The singer gave a very energetic performance as she showed off her impressive vocals and ran across the stage to entertain the crowd.
Rita wore sheer criss-cross tights that showed off her slim pins, and a matching long-sleeved jacket over it.
She completed the cool look with a pair of thick boots with silver studs on them.
Later, the singer wore a dramatic floor-length dress with embroidered flowers as she joined the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for a photo.
Before the show, Rita said: ‘I am incredibly proud to be part of the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf.
‘I am so excited to perform for this unique audience. The Invictus Games are a very special sporting event and the participants are an inspiration for perseverance and willpower for all of us.’
The appearance comes after she celebrated her new clothing line at Primark.
The singer had a special party in London on Friday evening, where Lottie Moss, among others, showed up.
Rita, who launched on Tuesday, September 19, said of the collection: ‘All my life I’ve always wanted to look stylish, and when I was younger I couldn’t have done that without Primark.
Sing it: Rita sang six of her hit songs and said she was ‘incredibly proud’ and ‘excited’ to perform in front of the crowd
Sensational: The pop star looked stunning in a figure-hugging bodysuit that clung to her curves as she took to the stage
Move it: Rita wore sheer pantyhose with crosses all over that showed off her slender legs and added a matching long-sleeved jacket over it
Striking: She completed the very daring look with a pair of chunky boots with silver studs on the top
Energy: The stunner gave a very animated performance as she showed off her impressive vocals and ran across the stage to entertain the crowd
Things are going well: Rita’s appearance comes as she prepares to launch her new fashion line at Primark on Tuesday, September 19
Powerful: The Duke of Sussex delivers a speech at the closing ceremony of the 6th Invictus Games
On cloud nine: Meghan is beaming and Harry is pumping his fist as the Invictus Games come to an end
‘I could always stretch my budget with so many great items from Primark. To be honest, that’s when I really learned to get creative and play with fashion.
‘Creating this collection with Primark was very nostalgic for me, and I can’t wait for the world to see it!’
Elsewhere at the ceremony, Prince Harry became emotional during his moving speech at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf, Germany, earlier this evening.
His five-minute speech paid tribute to those who took part in the week-long competitions, which were established in 2014 for veterans to represent and participate in their province.
Meghan stood next to her husband in a glowing green dress. During the ceremony, she couldn’t hide her pride as she beamed at Team USA as they took their seats for the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games.
She watched admiringly as the team walked on stage to Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the USA. Meghan clapped along to the song as it echoed around the Merkur Spiel-Arena and blew kisses to the team.
Prince Harry also joined the applause in the front row and took to the stage to thank people for coming.