Prince Harry was pictured getting into the spirit of things and enjoying himself at day two of The Invictus Games in Dusseldorf, Germany.

The 38-year-old was spotted smiling for fun selfies with fans and cut a smart yet casual figure in a light blue shirt, navy blazer and tan trousers.

However, while his wife Meghan Markle was notably still a no-show at the games, she is expected to make an appearance for the second half of the event.

Stepping out solo, Harry attended the track and field finals on Monday morning, 11 September, and made sure to spend some quality time with the contestants.

The Prince was photographed mingling with the bustling crowd, while also shaking hands with competitor Wali Noori and greeting Ukraine's Minister for Veterans Affairs Yulia Laputina.

The Invictus Games is like no other competitions though as it invites people who are wounded servicemen, women and veterans hoping to represent their countries once more and secure a victory.

And both royal and sports fans from all around the world are undoubtedly tuning in to watch the nine-day event that welcomes 500 athletes from 21 countries to compete in 10 different sports.

Harry, who founded the games back in 2014, also joined in with the crowd's chanting and was later cheered by the crowd as he took his seat in the grandstand at the Merkur Spiel-Arena along with his bodyguards.

The Duke, who is fifth in line to the throne and dad to Archie and Lilibet, has said he plans to go to as many events as he can during the week-long competition.

Harry was, of course, in attendance at the first day of The Invictus Games and was pictured arriving outside of the City Hall.

Crowds of fans could be seen cheering and watching in the background as the royal gave them a wave and made his way to the opening ceremony.

And a statement was released from the couple's organisation, Archewell, last month, stated that Harry will start the games alone in Germany, but Meghan will join her husband for the second half of the games.

Meghan, who fans are eagerly waiting for to arrive, will also join her husband for the Closing Ceremony on September 19th.

During his speech at the beginning of the games, Harry hinted at a friendly competition with his wife, as they both support nations close to their hearts during the games.

"Now I'm not saying we play favourites in our home," the Duke said. "But since my wife has discovered that she is of Nigerian descent, it's likely to get a little more competitive this year."

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