It’s been five years since Prince Harry launched the Invictus Games in September 2014 – and a lot has changed since then.
Not only has the prince married former Suits actress, Meghan Markle, but the couple also welcomed their first child together this year, son Archie, four months.
And there’s one other thing that has changed dramatically since the launch of the Paralympics event…Harry’s speech-making skills!
WATCH: Prince Harry reveals the reason for one of his worst speeches
In a video posted on the Sussex Royal Instagram, the Duke of Sussex opened up about how he felt on the first day of the Invictus Games, admitting he had "nerves about everything."
The 34-year-old admitted to being particularly worried about his speech at the opening ceremony, given the fact he only had a short window of time to express everything he wanted to say.
"On the night, we had the lecture or podium right in front of all the competitors so I could just see all their faces, and they started chanting," Prince Harry recalled.
"I was so nervous. I was shaking," he confessed, before admitting it was "one of the worst speeches" he had ever given.
On Tuesday, the Duke attended a reception for past and present competitors and their families at The Guildhall.
According to People, Buckingham Palace said the party "celebrates the power of the Invictus Spirit in changing people’s lives and demonstrate the leading role of the Invictus Games Foundation in delivering and inspiring recovery and rehabilitation through international sport and competition."
Last week, Prince Harry defended his use of private jets at the launch of his new sustainable travel initiative in Amsterdam.
The eco-conscious Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been heavily criticised for taking four private planes in the space of 11 days whilst holidaying in Nice and Ibiza.