The Duke of Sussex has launched the UK’s next Invictus Games team telling the competitors – “It’s going to be awesome”.
The Duke of Sussex will officially launch the team of injured and wounded military veterans and service personnel who will compete in the next Invictus Games.
Prince Harry is to join his father to give wounded veterans the chance to compete in Charles’s favourite Highland games.
When Michael Mellon was medically discharged from the military after having his leg amputated he "thought his life was over".
The Duke of Sussex has received a standing ovation as he stepped on to a West End stage for a special gala performance of the Bat Out Of Hell musical.
Military personnel are being encouraged to follow in the footsteps of Aberdeen-born veteran Michael Mellon.
An Aberdeen-born veteran has won three medals in this year's Invictus Games.
An Aberdeen-born amputee is hoping to do the north-east proud at a sports tournament that embodies the spirit of wounded ex-servicemen and women.
A team of 72 wounded, injured and sick military personnel will represent the UK in Prince Harry’s Invictus Games in Australia.
The Aberdonian co-founder of a luxury sunglasses firm says Meghan Markle’s specs appeal has caused an “unprecedented” boom in sales.