The honeymoon is over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle! The Duke of Sussex is back in London after enjoying private time with his new wife following their May 19 nuptials. The 33-year-old was the guest of honor at the OnSide Youth Zones gala dinner. The back tie affair was held at Kensington Palace on Thursday, June 7. Harry was on hand to celebrate the growth of the charity's network of youth centers across the UK. The evening’s host David Williams reportedly made guests laugh by introducing the Duke of Sussex as a newly-married man. The newlywed looked sharp for the occasion wearing a tux and bow tie and of course his latest accessory — his wedding ring.
Harry is back in London following his honeymoon with Meghan Markle Photo: Getty Images
Unlike his older brother Prince William, the Duke of Sussex was given a wedding ring at his royal wedding. The British royal and Meghan chose Cleave and Company to make their rings. Harry’s ring is a platinum band with a textured finish.
The Prince’s appearance marked the first time the royal has been spotted since attending his father Prince Charles's 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration in the gardens of Buckingham Palace on May 22. The Duke stepped out with Meghan for the occasion, before reportedly embarking on their honeymoon. There were reports that the pair traveled across the pond to Canada where they stayed at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in the Outlook Cabin, which has hosted royals in the past.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to join the British royal family at the annual Trooping the Colour Photo: Getty Images
While on his honeymoon, Prince George’s uncle made a big announcement, revealing the location of his fifth Invictus Games. “I am delighted to announce that The Hague is taking on the challenge of hosting the fifth Invictus Games in 2020,” he shared via Kensington Palace. “The city will soon become the motivation of hundreds of servicemen and women using the Invictus Games to inspire their recovery from physical and mental injuries.”
The statement continued: “The Netherlands has supported the Games from the very beginning and I know that everyone there will fully get behind and support the soldiers and veterans who have served their countries so bravely.” Harry, who founded the games in 2014, and Meghan are scheduled to travel to Australia later this year for the annual competition. The duo are expected to join Queen Elizabeth at the Trooping of the Colour on Saturday, June 9, along with other members of the British royal family.