Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Kids Set to Make First Public Appearance in Years

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are rallying their children, Archie and Lilibet, for a major public debut.

According to the Daily Express, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning to formally introduce their children at the upcoming Invictus Games ceremony.

The couple is reportedly making arrangements for Archie, 5, and Lilibet, 2, to attend the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 in February next year.

“Harry and Meghan are planning to take Archie and Lilibet to help promote a new ‘family-friendly’ Invictus Games,” a source revealed.

The Sussexes have been deeply involved with the organisational elements of the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler events.

It was their idea to make this a family-friendly event, encouraging participants to bring their children along.

The insider explained that the organisers are planning a week of “family-friendly” sporting events to engage the younger generation in the philanthropic cause.

Harry and Meghan’s eldest child, Archie, is expected to further his father’s legacy for wounded veterans by potentially leading the organization one day.

Read More: Kate Middleton Firmly Backs Prince William’s Future Plans For Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

“As both the founder and patron of the Invictus Games and Invictus Games Foundation, Harry is very keen to lead by example and bring his family along,” the source said.

They added, “A patronage will one day be passed to Archie so the foundation can be kept within the family. Harry is adamant that the Invictus Games will remain a Sussex initiative.”

Since moving to the US, the Sussexes have largely kept their children out of the spotlight to avoid unsolicited press scrutiny and attention.

This upcoming appearance marks a significant moment for the family as they continue to support and promote their charitable initiatives.