The proud royal founder of the Invictus Games has officially arrived in Toronto, to set the stage for the international multi-sport competition, dedicated to injured active duty and veteran service members.
He was spotted on Toronto's bustling King Street this morning, as he headed into the Scotia Plaza, where he'll attend the True Patriot Love symposium before spending the afternoon with athletes training for the Games.
The competition, which includes current and veteran members of the forces, runs until September 30 and marks the first time Canada hosts the event, which will welcome 550 competitors from 17 countries who are slated to compete in 12 sports.
Despite the early call time, Prince Harry was nothing but gracious as he entered the Scotia Plaza.
Harry founded the Invictus Games in 2014 as a way to inspire and motivate wounded soldiers on their paths to recovery.