Melania Trump is leading the U.S. delegation of the 3rd Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada.
The first Games were launched by Prince Harry of Wales on March 6, 2014 at London's Copper Box arena as a way to inspire and motivate wounded soldiers on their paths to recovery.
"In a world where so many have reasons to feel cynical and apathetic, I wanted to find a way for veterans to be a beacon of light, and show us all that we have a role to play. That we all win when we respect our friends, neighbours and communities. That's why we created Invictus," said Prince Harry before the 2017 games officially opens.
The first Lady of United States, Melanie Trump, wanted to wish a good luck to the 100 U.S. athletes participating in the weeklong Invictus Games but she said they won’t need it. “Take that fighting spirit that I know you have and bring home the gold.” She added.
During her first solo international official journey Melanie Trump met Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada and his family.
In a warm and brief meeting of 20 minutes between First Lady and the British Prince they discussed about their families and predictions of the 2017 games winner. Melanie Trump also took the opportunity to invite Prince Harry of wales at the white house.