Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have opted to forego attendance at Super Bowl LVIII, choosing instead to embark on a trip to Canada to participate in the opening event of the Invictus Games. After Prince Harry’s surprise appearance at the NFL Honors in Las Vegas, he is scheduled to join his wife and children in California.

As reported by Page Six, Prince Harry was personally invited by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to present the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award to Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Cameron Heyward during the event. The former royals are expected to fly to Vancouver next week to mark the commencement of the annual Invictus Games in the city, a significant event set to unfold later in the year.

This decision marks a departure from Prince Harry’s previous attendance at the Super Bowl, where he was accompanied by his cousin, Princess Eugenie. However, Meghan Markle’s presence at the Super Bowl has never been documented.

Interestingly, Meghan’s former colleagues from the popular legal drama “Suits” are set to make notable appearances during the Super Bowl. Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht are teaming up for a T-Mobile ad, joining a star-studded ensemble that includes Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Hudson, Common, Zach Braff, and others. On the other hand, Gina Torres, Sarah Rafferty, and Rick Hoffman find themselves together in a familiar four-cornered room, participating in a legal spoof commercial for e.l.f Cosmetics.

The Super Bowl, known for its high-profile ads and celebrity appearances, presents an opportunity for Meghan’s former co-stars to reunite and showcase their talents. Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to prioritize their involvement in the Invictus Games opening event underscores their ongoing commitment to causes close to their hearts. The public awaits further details of their participation and the impact of Meghan’s former colleagues’ appearances during the Super Bowl festivities.

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