Duchess Meghan: Is that why she’s not coming to Great Britain?

Duchess Meghan
Is that why she’s not coming to the UK?

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Prince Harry will attend an event in Great Britain in a few days. However, Duchess Meghan is not accompanying her husband to his homeland. A royal expert now thinks he knows the reason for her absence.

Prince Harry, 39, will attend the 10th anniversary celebration of the Invictus Games in London on May 8, 2024. The event in St. Paul’s Cathedral will be attended by King Charles’ son, 75, but without his wife Duchess Meghan, 42. After weeks of speculation as to whether the Duchess of Sussex and perhaps even their children Prince Archie, 5, and Princess Lilibet, 2, could return to Great Britain, a spokesman for the couple recently confirmed that Harry was traveling to the British capital alone. Shortly afterwards, the dropout royals went on a trip to Nigeria together, which was also dedicated to a sporting event for war-disabled soldiers. A royal expert now emphasizes that Meghan would forego a visit to her husband’s homeland out of fear.

Duchess Meghan is afraid of the reaction from royal fans

The 42-year-old fears that she could be received rudely again in Great Britain, says Richard Eden in the Daily Mail’s “Palace Confidential” YouTube series. Because in June 2022, when Meghan and Harry arrived in front of the cathedral for the celebrations of Queen Elizabeth’s, †96, throne anniversary, the reaction from royal fans was mixed. When they got out of the car, they were greeted with smiles, cheers and applause – but also boos. “She doesn’t want to rush back to the UK. There are a lot of people here who won’t be sad about that,” said Eden. “Meghan will be careful not to be booed in St. Paul’s, adds the royal expert. As a result, Duchess Meghan is still afraid to face the British people again.

Trip to Nigeria with Prince Harry

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will travel to Nigeria in May. The focus of the visit is also the Invictus Games, in which 500 athletes from 21 nations, including Nigeria, took part in Germany last year. The African country took part in the games for the first time in 2023.

In a statement, Brigadier General Tukur Vusau, Nigeria’s acting director of defense information, said, according to People: “The visit is to consolidate Nigeria’s strong position in the game and explore the possibility of hosting the event in later years.”

Sources used: dailymail.co.uk, people.com

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