Prince Harry's Invictus Games are back!
The 31-year-old royal was spotted cheering on wounded veterans at tryouts for the upcoming Paralympic-style games at the University of Bath — located about 115 miles west of London — on Friday, Jan. 29.
Harry previously announced the 2016 event will take place in Orlando, Fla. from May 8 through May 12 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The first Invictus Games were held in London in September 2015.
Prince Harry chats with @invictusorlando hopefuls at the UK team trials, following the 200m heats. The trials, which are being run over the next three days at the University of Bath, will see wounded, injured and sick military personnel and veterans compete across 10 sports for one of 100 places available on the UK team.
"We have taken it to a whole new level by going to a different country, to Orlando, where the weather is much nicer. That's why most of you are here, either that or you've got an obsession with Disneyland. And looking at some you, that's probably the case," Harry joked to the crowd gathered at the University of Bath earlier today, according to People.
"The excitement is building not just here, but also across the pond. You will be unbelievably amazed by the amount of support there is out there for you," he told the heroes hoping to make the 2016 Invictus Games team. "Guys, just look forward to it. It's going to be fantastic. It's going to be epic. I'll be out there, but the most important thing is enjoy it, make the most of it and spread the word and appreciate how much support there is out there."