Prince Harry’s first statement after the “Abandonment of Crisis” meeting

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Prince Harry's first statement after a crisis meeting

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Prince Harry made his first statement since the talks on the abandonment of the monarchy crisis, with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Prince William, on the future roles of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Harry, 35, appeared in a video posted to YouTube, announcing that Germany was the host country for the Invictus games in 2022. The Duke of Sussex established this event in 2014 for the wounded or injured soldiers.

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Harry’s statement on the Invictus Games, the first time he has broken his silence since the crisis talks, was held by top British royal family at Sandringham Palace.

On Monday, January 13, the Queen of Britain held discussions and discussions with the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex, after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced that they wanted to “give up” ownership and become “financially independent”.

In an unusual personal statement, the 93-year-old said that there would be a “transition period” and stressed that these were “complicated matters.”

Upon returning to royal duties, Harry said he was “honored” that Germany would host the Invictus Games, within two years.

“Germany has been a key part of the Invictus family from the start in 2014, and I know it will be an ideal host to showcase what sports continue to offer to these inspiring men and women in their recovery phase. I hope every person in Germany will receive an amazing sports week!” The slightest suspicion that the German fans will encourage and support these games, and that every competitor can expect a warm welcome and a wonderful atmosphere. ”

The Invictus Games occupy a special place in the heart of Prince Harry, who has served in the armed forces for 10 years.

Source: Express

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