Meghan Markle attended the Invictus Games with Prince Harry in The Hague, Netherlands in mid-April. The Duchess of Sussex attended some events with her husband before returning to the United States and back to their children, Archie and Lillibet.
Now a royal expert is questioning the first Formal dress The star’s motives were to travel to Europe to participate in the Games.
Meghan presented Prince Harry at the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony
Meghan took the stage at the Invictus Games Opening Ceremony with a speak honestly To introduce Prince Harry.
“It is a great honor for me to introduce someone that I think you will be very excited to hear from. I couldn’t love and respect him more and I know you all feel the same,” she said, “He is the founder of Invictus Games, and the father of our two young children, Archie and Lily. Please welcome my wonderful husband. Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.
Harry then went up on stage and gave his speech to start the games.
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The Duchess left Europe on the third day of the competition to get back to her children. Shortly after she did, news came out that Netflix has canceled the upcoming animated show Pearl† It was Daily Mail royal editor Richard Eden who questioned Meghan’s motives for attending the games.
“I wonder if the news that Netflix has dropped the first Megan series explains why she’s back in Europe for Invictus Games?” Eden Twitter† “Prince Harry’s documentary about his charitable project is now the couple’s only current series for the broadcasting giant that pays them millions.”
The camera crew was in The Hague with the Sussex family to shoot the Harry’s Promise Netflix documentary series Heart of Invictus.
“Heart of Invictus” will be the pair’s first production on the streaming platform
Prince Harry and his wife signed a deal with Netflix in September 2020, worth more than $100 million. So far they haven’t produced any content for the streaming giant, but Invictus’ heart It’s supposed to be the first.
The Duke of Sussex previously said of the programme: “Since the first Invictus Games in 2014, we have known that each participant will contribute in their own exceptional way to a mosaic of resilience, design and design” (per the passage† The series gives communities around the world an inside look at the poignant and uplifting stories of these competitors on their way to the Netherlands next year. As Archewell Productions’ first series with Netflix, in partnership with the Invictus Games Foundation, I couldn’t be more excited for the next journey or more proud of the Invictus community for our continued inspiration of global healing, human potential, and continued service. †
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