Updated on 04/14/2022 05:47
- Prince Harry is flying to The Hague with his wife Duchess Meghan.
- From there he could easily travel to his native England.
- Is he visiting his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II?
The Invictus Games will take place in The Hague from April 16-22. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are traveling to the Netherlands together to visit the games founded by Prince Harry. By comparison, a trip to Britain would be just a stone’s throw away for the couple living in the USA. And what’s more, Queen Elizabeth II, Harry’s grandmother, turns 96 on April 21.
It is currently unknown if Harry will seize the opportunity. However, Robert Jobson assumes the 37-year-old won’t travel to his native country. “The reality is that it is highly unlikely,” given the split he has caused in the family, the royal expert told the tabloid Daily Mirror. If Harry isn’t flying to England, the main reason could be that he’s a welcome guest in The Hague, which can’t necessarily be assumed in Britain at the moment.
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In the Netherlands, Harry is “famous” for his involvement in the Invictus Games, a sporting event for war disabled that he created. According to Jobson, in England, he will probably have to justify himself to his family for what will be in his next book.
The royal expert asks: ‘Can you imagine how nerve-wracking it must be if someone asks over dinner what the book about to be published says about them? Harry announced last summer that he was working on his memoir, which is due out worldwide in late 2022. Insiders fear it could all turn into some kind of tell-all book and cause a stir.
He really wants to visit his grandmother
On the other hand, Harry seems desperate to meet his family. In March, he did not attend a memorial service for his late grandfather, Prince Philip. According to the American magazine ‘People’, a spokesperson for Harry had previously confirmed that the 37-year-old hoped to be able to visit his grandmother as soon as possible.
Meghan’s visit to The Hague is her first official trip to Europe since returning to her native California with Prince Harry in 2020. The two had previously stepped down as senior members of the British royal family. Meghan and Harry married in England in 2018. They are parents to little Archie and his little sister Lilibet, born in June 2021.
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Apparently, the fronts between Prince William and his brother Harry are hardening. As author Tina Brown, a former friend of Lady Diana, has now revealed, Prince William was reportedly “disgusted” by Meghan’s attack on Kate. © ProSiebenSat.1