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Prince Harry cheers on wounded veterans at Invictus Games team trials

Prince Harry has cheered on wounded veterans competing for a place at this year’s Invictus Games.

The Royal showed up at Friday’s team trials to watch former army personnel try out for the event, which will be held in Toronto in September.

The competition was created by Prince Harry in 2014 and each year invites hundreds of wounded or sick members of the armed forces to compete from around the world.

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