Meghan Markle has been spotted grabbing some tasty food at In-N-Out Burger drive-thru in Santa Barbara, just as her husband, Prince Harry, kicked off the Invictus Games alone at the weekend.

Both Meghan and Prince Harry have previously spoken about their mutual love for the fast-food chain after they relocated to Montecito, California, from the UK.

The Duchess of Sussex has previously discussed her favourite burger place and told Variety: “There's one at the halfway point between L.A. and our neck of the woods. It's really fun to go through the drive-thru and surprise them. They know our order.”

Prince Harry also isn’t above swinging by the fast food chain and grabbing his favourite meal, as he told People earlier this year: “In-N-Out is the best! I order two double-doubles, animal style, fries and a Coke! And that's just for me! Meg gets the cheeseburger and fries with sides of jalapeños. I just stick with ketchup and that special sauce of theirs”.

While Meghan was enjoying some fast food in the US, Prince Harry is currently across the world as the third day of the Invictus Games begins.

The Duke of Sussex, who previously served in the British Army, developed the games for veterans and service personnel over a decade ago, with the first taking place in 2014.

The games, which are held in Dusseldorf this year for the first time, represent 10 sports and 21 nations.

The games officially kicked off on September 9 when the opening ceremony took place. Although Meghan was not in attendance for the opening of the games, she is expected to join her husband for the second half of the games.

Harry was, of course, in attendance at the first day of The Invictus Games and was pictured arriving outside of the City Hall. Crowds of fans could be seen cheering and watching in the background as the royal gave them a wave and made his way to the opening ceremony.

During his speech at the beginning of the games, Harry hinted at a friendly competition with his wife, as they both support nations close to their hearts during the games.

"Now I'm not saying we play favourites in our home," the Duke said. "But since my wife has discovered that she is of Nigerian descent, it's likely to get a little more competitive this year."

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