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Prince Harry’s ‘soul’ in US as Meghan Markle snubs UK trip, royal expert says

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Prince Harry is expected to face a poignant sense of loneliness during his upcoming visit to the United Kingdom, where he will be without Meghan Markle, his wife. This anticipated feeling of isolation arises from the importance of the occasion (celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games), a project that has been close to his heart since its inception.

The Duke of Sussex’s trip back to the UK is a milestone, marking a decade since he launched the Invictus Games, an international adaptive sports event for wounded, injured or ill veterans and armed forces personnel. This initiative reflects his continued commitment to the veterans community, a cause he has passionately championed even after his departure from formal royal duties.

speaking to GB NewsMail on Sunday royal editor Charlotte Griffiths said: “It’s a really important part of Harry’s soul and the sort of thing he would want his wife, and maybe even his children, by his side for.”

She continued: “Meghan is leaving him there alone, and I think it’s going to project a really lonely portrait of a man without his friends around him, without his family and without high-ranking members of the Royal Family. And there is no wife there with him either.”

Prince Harry’s attendance at the anniversary celebrations, however, will be marked by the absence of Meghan Markle, adding a layer of personal challenge to the professional triumph. The couple, who moved to California after leaving their roles as senior members of the Royal Family in 2020, have since been at the center of public and media scrutiny.

Their decision was driven by their desire for a more independent life and followed their outspoken criticism of their treatment by the Royal Family and the British press. including serious accusations of racism directed towards his son, Archie. Living in California with their two children, Archie and Lilibet, the couple have made a new life for themselves, participating in various charitable initiatives and media productions under their Archewell brand.

Meghan’s absence from the UK event is not only a personal decision but also a reflection of the couple’s new approach to managing their public commitments independently of the Royal Family. The backdrop of Harry’s visit is rife with the complexities of his and Meghan’s previous experiences with the Royal Family. Their candid revelations during a televised interview, where they shared their grievances about how they were treated, particularly the racist attitudes that were allegedly directed towards their son, have created a divide that resonates deeply in public discourse and royal celebrations.

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