Prince Harry is under fire after posting a video promoting this year’s Invictus Games. The main source of annoyance for netizens is that Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson has confirmed that he will not attend Prince Philip’s memorial service, scheduled for the end of this month.
The Duke of Sussex will not be at Westminster Abbey in Britain on March 29 to attend a prayer of thanksgiving for his grandfather.
The clip shows Prince Charles’ youngest son learning Dutch before the games, then taking off his hooded jacket to reveal an all-orange costume.
During the promotion, Harry is seen telling his team that he “really want to get this right”, asking them how to pronounce several complex phrases in Dutch.
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“His grandfather would hit him with a clip around his ear and tell him to grow up,” said former royal chef Darren McGrady, who cooked for Harry’s mother, Princess Diana. daily Mail.
He continued: “The Queen and Princess Diana will be destroyed if she is here.”
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The clip got mixed responses on Twitter. Several users described the visual as “embarrassing” and “forced humor” and the vast majority were upset that Harry will not return for Prince Philip’s memorial service later this month.
In addition, netizens and royal experts scold that William’s brother does not even go to see his grandmother, the Queen.
💛🖤 | Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, is preparing for the Netherlands with some Dutch lessons. We look forward to welcoming him warmly to #The Hug. As we all prepare for the games, our thoughts are with the Ukraine team, as well as with their friends and family. #InvictusGames pic.twitter.com/HD7kRr3ZX7
– Invictus The Hague 2020 Games (InvictusGamesNL) 12 March 2022
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Harry’s decision not to attend the royal event comes after he sued the government over its decision not to provide police protection when he visits Britain.
A source from the London newspaper confirmed that the Queen is “very much looking forward to seeing Harry and Meghan’s children”, including nine-month-old Lillibit, the Queen’s childhood nickname, with whom she has yet to meet.
Experts predicted this, after Harry’s lawyers said in court last month that the prince “does not feel safe” in the UK, without the protection of Scotland Yard officials, during his ongoing legal battle for security.