Meghan Markle was on Team USA at Prince Harry’s Invictus Games all day Wednesday.
The 38-year-old Duke and 42-year-old Duchess of Sussex attended the wheelchair basketball final in Düsseldorf on Wednesday and watched the United States beat France.
Markle added touches of red, white and blue to her all-black outfit after a Team USA fan sitting behind her presented her with an American flag badge. the daily mail reported.
It was no surprise that Markle, who was born in Los Angeles, California, would be cheering on the US team, while Harry has been a big supporter of the British team since arriving in Düsseldorf.
According to the station, the former “Suits” actress also sang along to “Sweet Caroline,” which was playing in the Merkur Spiel Arena.
Harry and Meghan also laughed when confronted by France’s mascot – a person in a giant inflatable rooster costume.
The couple also attended the swimming finals on Wednesday, where Markle held a white dog for a photo alongside Harry and what appeared to be some members of the event staff.
The red-haired king launched the Invictus Games in 2014, a Paralympics-like multi-sport event for wounded veterans.
Harry served in the British Army for ten years and did two tours in Afghanistan.
On Tuesday, Harry and Meghan gave a rare joint speech upon their arrival in Germany, telling guests at the Friends @ Home event that it was “special” to be at the Games.
“I am truly very proud to be part of this Invictus family with all of you. I’m grateful to all of you who are here,” she said supposedly said.
“I just landed a few hours ago and I’m excited that the first event I can do for Invictus is here with all of you. It’s great and I heard the week has started well so far, is that true?”
The games began on September 9th and will end with the closing ceremony on Saturday.
Markle arrived in Düsseldorf a few days after Harry and apologized in her speech: “I’m sorry that I was a little late to the party. “I just had to spend a little more time getting our little ones home and preparing milkshakes for their school drop-off,” referring to the couple’s two children, Archie, 4, and Lilibet, 2.