Aweek after making waves with a trip to Jamaica, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have another international trip in the works. On Friday, the Invictus Games Foundation announced that the couple will be traveling to Canada on February 14 to attend the One Year to Go event for the 2025 Vancouver Whistler Invictus Games. Along with the news, the foundation shared new photos of Meghan and Harry at the 2023 Games in Düsseldorf taken by their friend Misan Harriman.
Next year, the Invictus Games will return to Canada for the first time since Toronto hosted in 2017, where Meghan and Harry made their official debut as a couple. Planning for the 2025 Games, the first to be held during winter, began when Vancouver’s successful bid was announced in April 2022. “The Invictus Games Vancouver-Whistler 2025 will offer a global platform to expand the range and profile of winter adaptive sports,” Harry said at the time. “With deep respect, I’m also pleased to share that the Games in Canada will be held in partnership with the First Nations, in the spirit of truth and reconciliation with indigenous communities.”
Meghan and Harry last made a public trip to Canada in November, when Harry dropped the first puck at a hockey game between the Vancouver Canucks and San Jose Sharks as a part of the preparation for the 2025 Games. Later, he and Meghan were photographed celebrating in the stands.
More news about the couple’s Archewell Productions studio and its partnership with Netflix came out at a Wednesday Netflix event. According to Hello!, the company’s Chief Content Officer Bela Bajaria told the audience at its Next on Netflix presentation that Meghan and Harry have been working on a number of projects, including some with Brandon Riegg, the streamer’s vice president of unscripted and documentary series. Riegg, who joined Netflix in 2016, oversaw the company’s expansion into reality TV, which has produced hits like Queer Eye, Love Is Blind, and Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.
“They have a couple of unscripted things they’re working on with Brandon,” Bajaria said. “And they actually have like a bunch of development, they have a movie in development, a [scripted] series that they’re working on. So all very early development, with a movie, a TV show and a couple of unscripted shows.”