Invictus Games

Prince Harry dons orange to go Dutch for Invictus Games video

Duke of Sussex unzipped his hoodie to reveal the Dutch colours during a video call with members of the Netherlands team.

Prince Harry has shocked fans by rocking an all-orange outfit – the colours of the Netherlands – for a video celebrating the upcoming Invictus Games in the country.

The games, taking place in The Hague from 16 to 22 April, is a multi-sport event launched by Prince Harry for wounded, injured or sick Armed Forces personnel and veterans.

The Duke of Sussex donned the outfit for a video call with members of the Netherlands team, taking off his hoodie to reveal his bright orange outfit – to match his hat and sunglasses.

During the video, he also asked the Dutch team how to say 'Good afternoon. You've done a great job' in Dutch before ending the call by saying: "Do you think I'm ready? Thank you, see you soon in The Hague."

This year's Invictus Games was finally given the go-ahead in April last year after multiple postponements due to COVID-19.

It will be the fifth Invictus Games, and will still be referred to as Invictus Games The Hague 2020.