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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry gave speeches on Friday during the first day of their Nigeria tour

By Svar Nanan-Sen

Published: 11/05/2024

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Prince Harry played volleyball in Nigeria after overshadowing Prince William's trip to Cornwall this week.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex received loud cheers from the crowd gathered in Abuja as they arrived at a sports centre.


Fans took selfies with the couple in the scorching 33C heat as they attended an event linked to the Invictus Games.

The Sussexes watched a game of sitting volleyball.





The Duke of Sussex then participated in the match as Meghan continued to watch on.

It comes just two days after Prince William was pictured playing volleyball during a visit to Fistrall Beach in Newquay on Thursday.

William's trip to the Isles of Scilly on Friday was overshadowed by the first day of Meghan and Harry's tour of Nigeria.

The Prince of Wales's engagement received considerably less coverage than the Sussexes' activities in the Commonwealth nation.



Today the Duke of Sussex was surrounded by volleyball players and their families after the couple's first engagement on Saturday.

Meghan joined the group photo with the volleyball teams after the match had concluded.

A girl, 9, who spoke to Meghan at the event said: "She Meghan said Prince Harry loves to play volleyball and that he’s very good at it.

"And she asked me if I play volleyball in my school. And I said yes."



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Prince Harry did not see Prince William this week during his two-day visit to the UK before the tour of Nigeria.

Prince Harry landed in London on Tuesday and gave a reading at an event in St Paul's Cathedral to mark the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games on Wednesday.

No member of the Royal Family attended the event or saw the Duke of Sussex.

Harry flew from Heathrow Airport to Nigeria with Meghan Markle on Thursday evening.

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