Obama joins Prince Harry at Invictus Games in Toronto

It seems that since the Obamas left office, the former President Barack has had an urge to once again feel as if he was still the head of state, having recently reignited his friendship with Prince Harry of the British Royal Family.

The two met during this year’s wheelchair basketball match taking place at the Invictus rnce Harry reignited his friendship with former US President Barack Obama today as the pair attended a wheelchair basketball match at the Invictus Games in Toronto together.

The 56-year-old politician met with the 33-year-old member of the first family on several occasions previously during his time in office, and the two seem to have developed quite the friendship.

Both men were casually dressed at the Pan Am Centre as they took their seats to watch a fast-paced match between the USA and France, all the while chatting enthusiastically, laughing and joking.

The former president has expressed his support of the Invictus Games which were initially founded by Prince Harry, which is a Paralympic-style event that is currently taking place in Toronto this week.

Many however, believe that this was a way to overshadow First Lady Melania and her major participation in the overall event, leading the U.S. delegation into this year’s game.

Obama and Pronce Harry on the other hand, were both flying separately with their respective halves, Michelle as well as famous actress Meghan Markle.

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Author: K.M.


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