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Who Will Succeed Prince Harry in Future in Invictus Games

The future of the Invictus Games, founded by Prince Harry in 2014 as a platform for wounded veterans to compete in sports, has sparked curiosity about its leadership succession.

Reports suggest Prince Harry plans to pass on the foundation to his son, Prince Archie, ensuring the legacy remains within the Sussex family.

The Invictus Games have garnered significant recognition under Prince Harry’s leadership, recently earning him the prestigious Pat Tillman award.

According to sources close to the family, Prince Harry is determined to maintain the games as a Sussex initiative.

“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,” a source revealed to the Sunday Express.

In addition to ensuring the continuity of the Invictus Games within his family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly plan to attend the “family-focused” opening ceremony of the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 with their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

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“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 insider added.

The move to involve Prince Archie in the future of the Invictus Games underscores Prince Harry’s commitment to both his family and the enduring legacy of supporting veterans through sports.

As the Sussex family continues to evolve their philanthropic endeavors, the Invictus Games remain a cornerstone of their charitable contributions.