Prince Harry plays sitting volleyball on Nigeria tour with Meghan

Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have visited a volleyball court during their three-day trip to Nigeria.

The Duke of Sussex joined Nigerian athletes on the court for an exhibition game of sitting volleyball in Abuja, the country's capital.

He took part in a training session with the injured service men, while Meghan took photos with children who turned up to see the royals.

Later, the duke and duchess will talk to injured soldiers and their families, before Meghan co-hosts a leadership event with the director general of the World Trade Organization, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.

The couple are in Nigeria for three days after being invited by the chief of the defence staff, and are also there to promote the Invictus Games, which stages sporting events for wounded, sick or injured veterans and serving military personnel.

On the first day of their visit, Harry talked about mental health, telling school schoolchildren there was "no shame" in talking about it.

"Too many people don't want to talk about it 'cause it's invisible," he said. "It's something in our mind that we can't see. It's not like a broken leg, it's not like a broken wrist.

"Every single person in this room, the youngest, the oldest, every single person has mental health. So therefore, you have to look after yourself to be able to look after other people."

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The couple were also cheered and serenaded by dancers and singers as they attended a summit on the subject at a school in Abuja.

The duke also marked the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games at St Paul's Cathedral in London on Wednesday.