took advantage of his remaining time in the Florida sunshine before heading back home to London.
The royal was spotted going for a walk near his Orlando hotel earlier this week after the
conclusion of his Invictus Games
Harry, 31, wore a white T-shirt, jeans and sunglasses as he took a leisurely stroll around the sunny city before heading back to London ahead Sunday’s Windsor Horse Show.
The Invictus Games
, Harry’s passion project, comprised of five days of competition, entertainment and inspiring stories from the veterans who participated. In his remarks after the gold medal wheelchair basketball match between the U.S. and U.K., Harry saluted the participants’ spirit and drive.
“This has never been about the medals. This is about sharing experiences and literally watching lives change in front of you. We’re the lucky ones to have witnessed it together,” he said. “This is coming back from rock bottom. This is not a soft story. Far from it. This is a story of Invictus spirit.”
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At the closing ceremonies on Thursday, Harry once again took the stage to
celebrate the achievements
of all the brave veterans in attendance.
“You are all Invictus. You are now ambassadors for the spirit of these games. Spread the word. Never stop fighting. And do all you can to lift up everyone around you,” he said.