Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were in animated conversation during the Invictus Games as they sat to watch the military veterans play a volleyball match on September 14.
The couple were cheering, taking pictures with fans, and seen affectionately speaking to one another, as they hosted another Invictus Games together.
An expert lipreader has managed to piece together the excited conversations between the couple as they sat down and enjoyed the games.
According to Jacqui Press, Meghan exclaimed what a “crazy” and “good” match it was to spectate.
The expert lipreader added that Meghan was asking Harry a series of questions including what the tournament rules were and how teams progress to the next level.
As reported in the Mail Online, Meghan often leaned into Harry’s ear, asking questions about the “teams” that were playing in the Merkur Spiel-Arena in Dusseldorf.
The Duke of Sussex seemed to explain how the teams move up through the tournament and told his wife “all these matches play in a different way” to which Meghan replied, “I see”. The Duke also explained they played “at different levels”.
Between their cheers and whoops Meghan told her husband “this match is crazy” before he replied, “yes, I know”.
Meghan Markle wore a pair of white skinny Jeans for the occasion, along with a Ralph Lauren sweater vest, while Harry appeared casual wearing black jeans and a grey-coloured shirt.
The Duchess of Sussex previously told contestants and spectators she had fixed “her own hair and makeup” before her appearance at the Invictus Games.
Today, the couple have been watching the volleyball, archery, and cycling fixtures on Prince Harry’s 39th birthday. Prince Harry has received a warm welcome from crowds and has been serenaded by a ‘Happy Birthday’, song to mark the special occasion, with Harry giving a thumbs up as a thank you sign, to spectators.
The Invictus Games is an international multi-sport event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veterans. The Duke of Sussex was inspired to create the Invictus Games after visiting the Warrior Games in America 2013.