They did it for Prince George, so why not for Meghan and Harry? We hear the Brumbies have made up personalised jerseys to present to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex when they visit Australia in October for the 2018 Invictus Games, the competition for wounded, injured or ill service men and women. The special Brumbies jerseys will have much-more familiar monikers "Harry'' and "Meghan'' on the back rather than Duke and Duchess. The jerseys destined for the royal couple were supposed to be unveiled at a media conference in Canberra on Friday when it was announced the Brumbies will be wearing limited-edition jerseys featuring the logo of the Sydney Invictus Games, also a match partner. The Brumbies will wear the special Invictus Games jerseys in their games against the Hurricanes in Canberra on Saturday and the Waratahs in Sydney on July 14. But it seems they needed approval from the Invictus Games people before the special Harry and Meghan jerseys could be publicly revealed. We await the unveiling. It's nothing new for the Brumbies who presented Harry's big brother Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge with a personalised jumper for Prince George when they visited Australian in 2014.