Harry and Meghan are in Canada for several days ahead of the 2025 Invictus Games

Prince Harry and Meghan tour First Nations center as they spend Valentine’s Day in Canada

Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, spent their Valentine’s Day evening with the First Nations of western Canada on Wednesday February 14.

The two visited the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in the hours following their appearance in Whistler for the Invictus Games’ One Year to Go event, accompanied by Youth Ambassadors Chief Nelson and Wilson Williams. They got to know the young artists who designed the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 logo, which incorporates designs from the four First Nations tribes along with the Games’ logo.


Harry and Meghan at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
Photo: © Jeremy Allen


According to Sussex.com, this partnership is the first time all four First Nations have worked together to create a work of art.

“The couple recognise the significance of the First Nations communities welcoming the Invictus Games onto their sacred land and are thankful for the warmth and hospitality,” said the statement.

Meghan donned the $598 Shop Doen “Kensington” Coat in Black with gold buttons, matching it with black Anine Bing pants and a Christian Dior top.

Harry, 39, wore a navy jumper, black peacoat, and black jeans with a white shirt.

Harry, 39, and Meghan, 42, are celebrating the one-year countdown to the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 by spending several days in Canada meeting hopefuls and past competitors at a winter training camp.


Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend the Invictus Games One Year To Go Event on February 14, 2024
Photo: © Karwai Tang


After a ten-minute gondola ride from Whistler village, the former working royals arrived on the snowy mountain. They grinned and held each other close as camp participants and organizers welcomed them.

Subsequently, they encountered rivals at multiple stations, encompassing an adaptive sit-ski where he participated in an individual run. He asked, “Do I need to sign a waiver?” His wife laughed heartily and then took a picture of Harry.

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Prince Harry and Meghan arrived and left hand-in-hand
Photo: © Karwai Tang


Harry wore a thick black jacket to keep warm, with a pair of dark jeans and brown winter snow shoes, topped off with a grey beanie, Meghan, meanwhile, wore a stylish white CO sweater and white Frame jeans, with a large off-white Calvin Klein puffer overcoat and high-top Sorel ski boots.

American competitor Ivan Morera expressed his gratitude to Harry for his support during the Invictus Games and said he was excited to meet the Duke and “shake his hand, saying ‘thank you for your service, and thank you for the opportunity.'”


Prince Harry gives sit-skiing a go
Photo: © Karwai Tang


Additionally, he mentioned how much he “respected” Harry because of the way that Harry “understands military personnel because of his experience.” Later, Ivan had his chance when he discussed his participation in the 2023 games in Dusseldorf with Harry and Meghan.

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