Royal is promoting a sporting event in the Netherlands that it will be traveling to soon. However, his family does not visit Prince Harry – and thus causes jealousy in his home country.
let it go Prince Harry announce through a spokesperson that he will not be at the memorial service planned for the end of March for his grandfather, who died last year Prince Philip will be there. For another appointment, however, he wants to travel to Europe from his adopted California home.
The 37-year-old is the patron of the Invictus Games, a Paralympic sporting event for disabled soldiers. It will take place from 16 to 22 April in The Hague, Netherlands. Prince Harry is expected to be on the site – and now he’s beating the drums of advertising on social media for a good amount of time.
Prince Harry learning Dutch
A clip published on the event’s Instagram page shows the Duke of Sussex learning Dutch in a video call with participants. He also reveals at the end that he is wearing an all-orange outfit. He also puts on his hat and sunglasses and jokes with the joke.
that Harry wants to fly from America to the Games, his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II. But the funeral service will not be in favor, meets with great understanding in Great Britain. “Really bad timing”, “I wouldn’t have thought him so insensitive” or “How could he do something like this to his grandma?” Those are just a few of the many angry comments on the post.
“Her grandfather must have slapped her in the face”
According to the “Daily Mail”, royal expert Angela Levine reported that the 37-year-old “snobs the Queen”, who is still grieving the loss of her husband. “His grandfather would have slapped him in the face and told him to grow up,” former royal chef Darren McGrady summed up the general mood among Britons regarding Harry’s video.
Some fans even celebrated the royal: “Absolutely fabulous” and “amazing” is what the video says, among other things. Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan, had stepped down as senior royals in early 2020. They live in Montecito, California with their two children, 2-year-old Archie and baby Lillibet.
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