"Even though TRH the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now presenting their own, informal, tactile interpretation of British monarchy, they are still adhering to the precedent with Meghan knowing she, as a non-blood royal, should defer to born royalty".
There she said she was given "a very special glimpse" into the "unshakable bonds between service people".
Meghan recalled meeting Ryan Novak at the games, a U.S. serviceman who had been paralysed from the waist down and told he would never walk again.
"But after speaking to his mom, Karri, it was clear that it was through Ryan's strength of spirit, and with the unwavering support of his parents, that he was able to prove all of those doctors wrong", Meghan added.
Meghan addressed the buzzing crowd in the Qudos Bank Arena which can hold 21,000.
"The power of sport really shines through".
Alifeleti Atiola, principal of Tupou College, reassured Meghan about the Zika threat, saying: "I just wanted to make sure that she knew that it is safe here".
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Harry went on to show his gratitude towards all of those who have contributed to making the Games possible.
The Duke of Sussex, 34, then introduced singer Aloe Blacc to close the ceremony as David Beckham, who was with his sons Romeo and Cruz but without his wife Victoria, cheered from the stands.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte's outfits for Harry and Meghan's wedding included the sweetest little detail - and their uncle was the mastermind behind the whole thing.
"We've been all absolutely awed by you all".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shunned the VIP area to sit with the general crowd when they watched one of the final Invictus Games events.
The couple presented awards to people involved in conservation and Harry gave a speech in which he sweetly quoted his father, Prince Charles, whom he referred to as a "well-known conservationist".
The royal couple will move on to New Zealand on Sunday, where they are expected to be greeted by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.