The midday draw will see Harry announce the games for men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments, while meeting with representatives of the 21 nations participating in the contest, which begins October 23, 2021.
The Duke of Sussex has been a sponsor of the Rugby Football League since December 2016 when he inherited the role of the queen.
Buckingham Palace said in a statement: “The Duke of Sussex has always firmly believed in the role of sport to unite communities and change people’s lives.
“The 2021 Rugby League World Cup is interested in ensuring a real social impact of the three tournaments, focusing on the communities of some of England’s most disadvantaged areas.”
Prior to his appearance, the Duke of Sussex expressed support for the launch of the Rugby League Mental Fitness Charter, which aims to provide training to players, match officials and volunteers to take care of their mental health, said the League from Rugby on Thursday.
The Duke of Sussex said in a video that he was “proud” of supporting the 2021 Rugby World Cup Mental Fitness Charter.
“This Letter will be based on the brilliant work that is already happening in the rugby league by committing to train and educate everyone involved in the tournament, and the wider family of the rugby league, not just how they can take care of their own mental state but also support others to do the same, “he added.
She has spent the last days in Canada with baby Archie, while the royal family has tried to deal with the current crisis.
Harry attended crucial conversations with the Queen and other family members on Monday.
The Invictus Games are a multisport event specifically for injured or disabled veterans.
Harry, who spent a decade in the UK armed forces, said in a message posted on Instagram: “I hope everyone in Germany is ready for what will be an incredible week of sport! I have no doubt that the German public will receive right behind these Games and that each competitor can expect a warm welcome and an incredible atmosphere. “