Meghan Markle and Prince Harry dress down for a visit to the Invictus Game trials

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped out on Friday in Bath, England to pay a visit to athletes looking to represent the United Kingdom in the 2018 Invictus Games.

Founded by Prince Harry in 2014, the Games oversee the competition of wounded and sick servicemen and women from around the world in a Paralympic-like sporting event. This year's competition will be held in Sydney, Australia in October and include more than 500 competitors.

The royal couple took the track at the University of Bath to cheer on hopefuls, later moving indoors to view a volleyball match. Prince Harry and Meghan also chatted with organizers and coaches from the event.

The 36-year-old actress opted for a casual look for Friday's occasion, sporting MOTHER jeans, an Invictus Games polo, and forest green trench coat from Babaton for Aritzia. She paired the $245 outerwear with Stuart Weitzman black booties and trousers. It was an unusually casual look for Markle, who's recently been spotted in more high-end designer pieces.

Last year's games, which were held in the fall in Toronto, marked the first ever public appearance by the royal couple. Prince Harry and Meghan were joined by First Lady Melania Trump, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Meghan's mom and potential maid of honor Jessica Mulroney over the course of the 2017 games.

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