his latest “sad” decision criticized by a royal family expert

his latest “sad” decision criticized by a royal family expert
his latest “sad” decision criticized by a royal family expert

A few months after going to the bedside of Charles III, Prince Harry prepares his return to England. The “Substitute” will fly away for London in a few days to attend the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games. It will more precisely assist a “thanksgiving service” at Saint-Paul Cathedral on May 8.

“The Invictus Games Foundation will celebrate 10 years of changing and saving lives at a ‘service of thanksgiving’ at St Paul’s Cathedral on May 8“, we can read in the publication of Invictus Games on social networks. “Our godfather, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, actor Damian Lewis and members of the Invictus community from around the world will join us to mark the occasion.”specifies the official press release.

This decision by Meghan Markle saddens Prince Harry

Harry’s presence confirmed, it remains to be seen whether his wife will also be on the trip. On the X Network (formerly known as Twitter), royal expert Chris Ship revealed that Meghan Markle would not join Harry to attend the service held at Saint-Paul Cathedral. The decision would particularly upset her husbandaccording to other commentators.

Interviewed by GB News, Charlotte Griffiths claims that the prince Harry will feel “so lonely” without the presence of the mother of his children. decision “so sad” in fact deprives him of a comforting presence when we still don’t know (…)

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