Prince Harry is sharing one of the crucial main points from the personal dialog he had with Queen Elizabeth II ultimate week.
“She had plenty of messages for Team UK, which I have already passed on to most of them,” the Duke of Sussex advised the BBC on Monday.
“So, it was great to see her. I’m sure she would love to be here if she could.”
Harry’s chat with the Queen marked one among their first face-to-face conferences since he and spouse Meghan Markle formally resigned from their royal tasks in February 2021.
Harry went on to mention that the dialog together with his grandmother concerned about his shuttle to the Netherlands and the 2022 Invictus Games.
Harry, 37, and Markle, 40, visited Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles every week prior to her 96th birthday on April 21.
While Harry returned house ultimate summer time for the disclosing of a Princess Diana memorial, the shuttle marked Markle’s first time visiting the United Kingdom since March 2020.
The couple confronted scrutiny ultimate month after no longer attending the memorial provider of Prince Philip amid ongoing tensions with the royal circle of relatives.
The Duke of Edinburgh died ultimate April on the age of 99.
However, many are hoping that Harry and Markle’s UK talk over with – and presence on the Invictus Games – will lend a hand repair the general public’s opinion about them around the pond.
“They need a win,” one extremely positioned royal supply advised Page Six. “They are never going to get a win with some people in England, probably the majority, but their appearance at the Invictus Games may reignite the pocket of support they have among a certain young demographic in the UK.”
Harry introduced the Invictus Games, a contest for wounded, injured and unwell veterans, in 2014.