Prince Harry opened the fourth annual Invictus Games in style on Friday afternoon, climbing Australia's iconic Sydney Harbor Bridge along with a number of veterans and competitors from the upcoming event.
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Britain's Prince Harry, left Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison, right, and Invictus Games representatives climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2018.
To officially welcome the Invictus Games to the city, the duke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and athletes will scale the bridge to plant the Invictus flag.
"We had it all booked", they said, "but a little while ago we got a letter saying our climb was moved to Saturday".