After the heartbreaking incident of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s car chase in May, the former royals have kept a low profile. However, they are now set to return to the limelight as a couple at the Invictus Games in Germany in September.
Meghan will travel from the $14million California mansion to Sussex to attend the Paralympic-style event for servicemen and women. The Invictus Games, founded by Prince Harry, will take place on September 9, just one day after the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s passing.
There have been rumors that Princess Anne has announced a ban on Meghan and Harry from the anniversary of the Queen’s death. Despite this, Meghan is due to host a farewell show for families and contestants on the 16th, with Harry giving the closing speech.
News of their attendance sparked controversy, with some criticizing Meghan’s involvement in the event and suggesting it was more of a PR campaign. It is reported that she will use the platform to talk about the late Queen and her tribute before anyone else, in a bid to steal the show.
On the other hand, Princess Anne is taking careful steps to ensure a perfect and respectful memorial service for her late mother, Queen Elizabeth II. Plans are also underway to commission a national memorial to Queen Elizabeth II by a new committee.
As for King Charles, he is expected to spend September 8 quietly reflecting on the Balmoral estate, in keeping with the tradition established by Queen Elizabeth, who observed a similar day of quiet contemplation on the anniversary of the death of Charles. his father.
Meghan and Harry’s involvement in the Invictus Games has drawn mixed reactions, with some worrying about their association and the need for reform within the organisation.
While the first anniversary of the Queen’s death holds deep significance for the UK and the Royal Family, some social media users believe Meghan’s actions and previous controversies could overshadow the solemnity of the occasion.
The discussion around Invictus and Meghan’s participation continues, with differing opinions about its future and the need for change within the organization.