Prince Harry Praises Competitors at Invictus Games Closing Ceremony
Sunday's closing night concert for the Invictus Games, Prince Harry was feted by hundreds of servicemen and women and thousands of pop fans for his role in setting up the international Paralympic-style games.
He started by asking for the wave from the front of the stage to the back. And as the British team received its medal, team captain David Henson led the 26,000-strong crowd in three cheers for the prince.
In the crowd were some of Harry's closest friends as well as ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas and her pal cousin Princess Eugenie.
Harry started by reading a message from the woman he called "Granny," his grandmother Queen Elizabeth, who sent "warmest good wishes and congratulations to you all."