As they prepare to attend the Invictus Games in the Netherlands on April 16 and 22, 2022, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to travel safely. Throughout their stay, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will enjoy “VIP status” by the Dutch police, as revealed by The Daily Mirror.
Business is picking up for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. If they have been more discreet since their breakup with the British royal family, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are preparing to return to the forefront of the stage on the occasion of the Invictus Games. Creator of this sporting event, which will take place from 16 to 22 April in The Hague in the Netherlands, the son of Prince Charles will travel with his wife.
And to ensure that their first official trip outside the United States is as smooth as possible, the former actress of Suits and her husband will be given the “VIP status” by the Dutch police, as revealed by our colleagues of the Daily Mirror. Very concerned about their own security, as evidenced by their absence at the mass in tribute to Prince Phillip on March 29, Harry and Meghan want to travel with the best of the close guards.
The Sussexes will likely receive full protection from the Dutch police, as the event will also host the Dutch king, Willem-Alexander, and his aunt Princess Margriet, honorary chair of the Invictus Games recommendation committee. Despite this favor, Meghan and Harry will not receive all of the benefits offered by the Dutch royal family. During the four-day stay, the couple “will not be offered a room in the royal palace, nor will they receive an audience with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima.” Therefore, the parents of Lilibet and Archie had to fall back on a hotel in The Hague. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue to pay the price of the Megxit fort.
Meghan Markle: a purely interested trip?
For his first official trip, Meghan Markle has once again seen things in big! By agreeing to accompany her husband in the Netherlands, the mother of 40 years has a very specific idea behind the head. According to our colleagues of the Mirror, the lovebirds will be followed by a team making documentaries for Netflix. Throughout the events of the Invictus Games, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be filmed as part of a series-documentary a priori entitled Heart of Invictus, which would highlight the athletes and organizers of the sporting event.
Wishing to become financially independent, the couple multiplies the projects. After signing this nice contract with Netflix, Meghan Markle has also collaborated with Spotify. This July, the American actress will put her new podcast Archetypes online on the famous streaming platform. Hoping that their new documentary series will not be accused once again of plagiarism …
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