Britain’s Queen Elizabeth was said to have been “severely hurt” because Prince Harry and Meghan chose to attend the Invictus Games in the Netherlands, but did not spend time attending Prince Philip’s memorial service.
Earlier it was announced that Prince Harry will attend the Invictus Games in the Netherlands this week, a sporting event for sick or wounded soldiers he has installed himself. The event will take place from 16 to 22 April in The Hague. But the assertion that Meghan will not only accompany him, but also the Netflix camera crew, has not done well in the UK. British experts say this is yet another painful rejection of the Queen.
Absent in Philip’s monument
This is the first time the couple has traveled to Europe together since the couple left the royal family. There would be little mistake in it, were it not for the fact that the couple had just refused to accept Commemoration of Prince Philip to attend.
“I think the royal family is deeply wounded. It seems that this is exactly what they want, otherwise they wouldn’t act like this,” royal expert Angela Levine told Britain’s The Sun Online. “We’ve seen the Queen, you can’t help but feel very sorry for her.” . She would have loved Harry there for a day. It’s unbelievable.”
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In particular, critics of the couple find the fact that Meghan also went to The Hague “shocking”. “Meghan is just coming in because they’re making that documentary on Netflix. She doesn’t want to miss the publicity. Looks like Harry has been a little brainwashed into hating his family.”
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Harry has returned to the UK twice since Megaset: for Prince Philip’s funeral and for the unveiling of a statue of Princess Diana. The former Duchess of Sussex has never been around.
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