Prince Harry was seen in public on Thursday for the first time since his surprising announcement that he would leave the royal family.
The Duke of Sussex was seen staring at his phone in the back of a car while driving to Buckingham Palace for his first official royal engagement since Megxit.
The 35-year-old prince has managed to keep a low profile in the week since the news of the bomb, sneaking into a historic royal summit on Monday, while his wife Meghan Markle made public appearances in a series of women’s group meetings while staying with the baby. Archie in Canada.
Real biographer Angela Levin he told Sky News that the world would be seeing “a sad Harry who makes a good face because of his sense of duty.”
Harry will host the Rugby League World Cup draw, as proudly confirmed by the royal family in his official Twitter account, which was referring especially to him as your royal highness in another message
It is understood that the titles and roles of Harry and Meghan in the family are part of the ongoing debate during the “transition period” that the Queen gave to the couple who says they “want to live a more independent life.”
Harry too appeared in a video On Thursday he supports a “Mental Fitness Letter” addressed to rugby players, with some potentially revealing quotes that could relate to his own drama.
He called rugby a community that “takes care of itself” and advised players not to simply “smile and endure” and hide their feelings.