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To mark the five year anniversary of the Invictus Games, Harry posted a video of himself answering questions about his favourite moments of the Invictus Games. He founded the games in 2014 after he saw the power of sport in recovery while visiting the warrior games in Colorado Springs in the US.

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In the video, Harry revealed how he felt on the first day of the Invictus Games.

While most people would expect the Duke of Sussex to feel excited, he revealed that he was in fact “nervous”.

He said: “Nervous. Nervous about everything.

“The whole planning, whether it was going to come together, whether people were going to turn up and fill the seats.”

Harry gave a heartwarming message about the gamesHarry gave a heartwarming message about the games (Image: GETTY)

The Duke set the games up five years agoThe Duke set the games up five years ago (Image: GETTY)

He also revealed that he was nervous about the weather.

He added: “Because the venue was outdoors.”

However, he then claimed he was most nervous about his speech.

He continued: “Selfishly, my speech.

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Harry and Meghan went public at the Invictus GamesHarry and Meghan went public at the Invictus Games (Image: GETTY)

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“On the actual night, we had the podium right in front of all the

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