Prince Harry laughed at the Megxit storm today in what could be his last commitment after leaving the royal family.
The Duke of Sussex dodged questions about his future in the midst of the real crisis when he appeared in the Rugby League World Cup draw.
But some nerves seemed to sneak before despite his brave face while eagerly fiddling with his wedding ring.
Harry has delayed a meeting with Meghan and baby Archie in Canada and will stay in the United Kingdom until next week to resolve the consequences of the couple’s actual departure.
Today’s commitment could be his final public duty as a member of royalty, as it is unclear what his meetings are next week.
Harry, sponsor of the Rugby Football League, meets with representatives of the 21 participating nations while watching local children playing rugby in the palace gardens.
He joked while posing with budding rugby stars, telling them: “Take care of the grass, yes? Otherwise I will get in trouble.”
The prince drew teams for the World Cup next year and will also host the 2021 draw for the palace for men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments.
Harry seemed happy when he returned to daily work and chatted with the executive director of RLW2021, Jon Dutton, and his non-executive director, Stuart Cain.
Harry joined rugby legend Jason Robinson and Dame Katherine Grainger, president of UK Sport, while throwing the first ball to the England men’s team that Samoa would play in their first game.
He had been asked about the impact of sport on people’s lives and described it as the power to save lives while in the palace’s throne room.
The Duke replied: “I think, from my point of view, certainly the experience I had in my younger years, but also through Invictus, and all the sporting events to which I am lucky to be able to go or look, The impact It has, especially in young people, but the impact it has on people who play with the community in general is remarkable.
“Not only do I keep seeing that sport is really changing lives, but it is also saving lives, so I think that for me and … everyone in this room, be it rugby league or sports in general … should be in everyone’s life, if possible. “
Australia’s rugby representative and host of the Channel 4 The Last Leg satirical program, Adam Hills, said the prince showed his “duty and commitment” despite “everything else that is happening in his life.”
It occurs after Harry urged men who suffered from mental health problems not only to “smile and endure” when he launched a “Mental Fitness Letter.”
The letter is aimed at training players, officials and volunteers to take care of their own mental health and the mental health of those around them.
He said: “It’s not just about being physically fit but, more importantly, mentally strong.
“The perception of the rugby league is that you must be tough. You can’t show your feelings, you need to smile and endure it.”
“But something like the Mental Fitness Charter will help us make real progress to get rid of the stigma associated with mental illness.”
It has been a turbulent week for Harry, who allegedly would join his wife in his £ 11 million hiding place in Canada after sensationally revealing that they were working to become “financially independent.”
Instead, he has been forced to remain in the United Kingdom after unleashing a major crisis for the monarchy.
And last night he broke the silence on the Sussex Royal Instagram page to reveal the location of the 2022 Invictus Games in Dusseldorf.
Harry said: “I hope everyone in Germany is ready for what will be an incredible week of sport.”
“I have no doubt that the German public will be behind these games and that each competitor can expect a warm welcome and an incredible atmosphere.”
He also confirmed that 20 countries joined the 2020 games, and added: “The story continues.”
Meanwhile, Meghan was relaxed when she visited another charity for women in Vancouver.
The Duchess of Sussex was photographed chatting with women in Justice For Girls, a charity that promotes the end of violence and racism against teenage girls living in poverty.
She was first seen since announcing that she and Harry want to give up real life while boarding a seaplane from Vancouver Island to Vancouver for charity visits on Tuesday.
There were no signs of Archie, a nine-month-old son, who was believed to have met a babysitter.
She was escorted to the plane by a bodyguard. An airport source said: “I didn’t have to sit and wait with other passengers inside the terminal.”
It came after Harry locked himself in crisis talks with the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William about their future.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their way to the summit, but the queen made it clear that she is deeply upset because they are resigning.
After the Sandringham talks, His Majesty issued a statement saying that the couple will be allowed to give up their duties and spend time in Canada.
But she said: “Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time working members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their desire to live a more independent life.”