This is how his first appearance went after Lili’s birth
Prince Harry was spotted in public for the first time since Lilibet was born: at a charity polo game in Aspen.
Prince Harry (36) appeared in public for the first time after the birth of his daughter Lilibet in early June. The Duke of Sussex took part in a charity polo game in Aspen. According to US media reports, his appearance was a surprise. The sporting event raised funds for the charity “Sentebale”, which Harry co-founded.
According to the organization’s website, the polo tournament was able to take place In Aspen “almost 3.5 million US dollars in important funds for our core task” are to be collected: This is intended to support vulnerable children and young people in Africa who are affected by extreme poverty or the HIV / AIDS epidemic: “This year’s Polo Cup, along with the generous donation from the Duke of Sussex, will enable us to go to full capacity and mean more children and youth in Lesotho and Botswana will receive basic support and care “.
According to “People”, Prince Harry promised at the event that he would donate $ 1.5 million to the charity from the proceeds of his autobiography. The book is due to appear at the end of 2022. “This is one of several donations I would like to make to charities, and I am grateful to be able to give something back to the children and communities who urgently need it,” he said in a statement, according to the report.
Sussexes fight back against rumors
An updated version of the Sussex biography “Finding Freedom” has just caused a stir. In it, the authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand claim, according to US media reports, that Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan (40) are allegedly of the opinion that the royals have failed to investigate the allegations of racism against the royal family. In a TV interview with Oprah Winfrey, 67, aired in early March, Meghan and Harry claimed that a member of the royal family had raised “concerns” about “how dark” their son Archie, 2’s skin would be .
The Sussexes’ British legal team dismissed the new rumors from the book According to “Page Six” back hence calling it “false and defamatory” to claim the couple caused tension, adding that the allegations were made solely by the book’s authors, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand. Scobie himself made it clear on Twitterthat it was not an attack on the Queen.