Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will award medals to the winners of cycling before sitting down to lunch with the Prime Minister after praising the "undefeated" competitors at the opening ceremony
- Duke and Duchess of Sussex will award medals to Invictus Games cyclists at the Sydney Botanical Gardens
- Royalty will meet later with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and veteran service leaders for lunch near
- Last night, Harry praised the competitors for overcoming the physical and mental obstacles to be in the games
Hannah Moore for Daily Mail Australia
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the first full day of the Invictus competition on Sunday, after Prince Harry delivered a speech in which he praised the competitors as the "undefeated generation."
Harry and Meghan Markle will attend for the first time the cycling competition at the Royal Botanical Garden, before handing over the gold, silver and bronze medals to the winners.
They will then meet with Prime Minister Scott Morrison, leaders of support groups and mental health veterans, and members of the Australian Air Force Cadets and the Kookaburra Kids Foundation of Australia for lunch.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will spend the 1st of Invictus Games observing cycling and sailing competitions, and will meet with mental health leaders and veterans support services.
The couple will hand out medals to the winners of the cycling competition, before bending over for a private lunch at the Pavilion restaurant in The Domain.
After this official reception, which took place at the Pavilion restaurant in The Domain, the couple will board a boat of family and friends in Farm Cove to watch the sailing final of the Invictus Games.
The day will end with a private function in the House of Government to celebrate the Invictus Foundation.
Last night, Prince Harry opened the games with a touching tribute to veterans who had overcome mental and physical injuries after their war, and told the crowd that the Invictus generation was the "undefeated generation."
"With the help of medical science, the Invictus generation not only survived injuries that in past conflicts would have been fatal, but also chose to defend themselves from the darkest places to be here tonight," he told the crowd. competitors. Family, friends and fans at the Forecourt Opera House on Saturday night.
Prince Harry told those at the opening ceremony that the Invictus generation was the "undefeated generation"
& # 39; They have shown us the true meaning of resilience.
You are the undefeated generation. You are the optimistic generation. You are the new generation of services and the models to follow for all of us.
He said that competitors should serve as models for those who watch the games, whether they are at home or at the venue, and urged Australia to get involved.
& Be being inspired. Get excited. "Let the example of service and determination you see change something big or small in your own lives," he said.
& # 39; Australia – let's show the world how it is done. & # 39;