Prince Harry and Meghan unite after King Charles ‘snubbed’ birthday

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle couldn't have looked happier on Saturday as they attended events on the final day of this year's Invictus Games.

Smiling and united, the two showed no indication of being fazed by what some royal watchers have dubbed a 'snub' by King Charles, after the Royal Family failed to publicly acknowledge Harry's birthday on their official social media accounts.

Instead, King Charles and his family's official social media accounts posted numerous posts about the King, Prince William, Princess Kate, and Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh without any mention of Harry, who turned 39 on Friday.

Meanwhile Harry seemed spent quality time with his wife at the Swimming Medals Ceremony, where they presented competitors with medals and mingled with guests in in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Mum-of-two Meghan looked incredibly chic for the outing, dressed in an a beige and cream ensemble.

The Duchess sported an ankle-length £580 trench coat from Cuyana, which she paired with a blouse and cream trousers, along with nude high heels. To finish off her stylish look, Meghan opted for gold jewellery and sported a small pair of earrings and a bangle.

Meanwhile Harry matched his wife, donning a white shirt and light grey tailored trousers with beige shoes.

The couple posed for photos with numerous attendees at the medals ceremony, including Ukranian medic Yuliia 'Taira' Paievska, before Meghan headed to the Kids’ Reading Hour at Kids’ Area in Nations’ Home.

The Duchess could be seen sitting on a chair as she read a book aloud to a group of children in a sweet photograph.

Harry, 39, and Meghan, 42, have been making the most of their time at the annual event, which Harry founded back in 2014, having recently headed out to a brewery bar in the city to celebrate the Duke's 39th birthday.

Photos showed Harry enjoying a refreshing beer alongside Veteran's Minister Johnny Mercer while watching the game with Meghan even sneaking a few sips of her husband's pint.

Following an announcement that it was Harry's birthday the crowd proceeded to sing Happy Birthday in English and German in his honour. Harry clapped along to the edition of the song and smiled next to Meghan before mouthing 'Thank you' to the crowd.

Harry was later escorted onto the court where he received a fist bump from the game's mascot, Teddy before a cake appeared with a miniature figure thought to resemble Harry with his ginger locks.

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