Prince Harry watches basketball with the Dutch king at Invictus Games

Prince Harry watches basketball with the Dutch king at Invictus Games

Prince Harry smiled when he met Dutch King Willem-Alexander at the Invictus Games.

Pictures of the sporting highlight show how the royal duo watch the wheelchair basketball final in The Hague.

Wearing a dark blue suit, the Duke of Sussex shakes hands with the King before entering to witness the confrontation between the Netherlands and the United States.

King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, shake hands before the wheelchair basketball final between Team Netherlands and Team USA during

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The duo is joined by Mart de Crieff, President of Invictus Games.

King Willem-Alexander is also expected to attend the closing ceremony of the Games, which will be held late Friday.

It comes as Prince announced the 2025 games website Invictus.

Harry revealed that the future tournament will be held in Vancouver and Whistler in Canada.

Prince Harry speaks with Water Packer and Vena Gioges of Team Netherlands during the gold medal match against Team USA

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Announcing the location, Harry said: “Ladies and gentlemen, Invictus is back in North America and that’s a very, very good thing.”

The Duke follows the crew of an upcoming Netflix documentary about Invictus.

Harry and his wife Meghan signed a $100 million deal with the streaming giant in September 2020, but the pair are yet to produce content for Netflix.

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