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Prince Harry provide Royal Family wrong over sticking point on ‘Megxit deal revealed by his friend

A friend of the Duke has claimed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s intention to be part-time royals could have succeeded because of the success of his Invictus Games.

When Harry and Meghan were discussing the terms for leaving their official royal responsibilities in early 2020, the issue had been a sticking point in the agreement between the Sussexes and the rest of the Firm.

The family rebuffed the couple’s attempts to make their case for a hybrid model in which they would take on some royal responsibilities, insisting that they had to be either totally in or completely out.

Invictus Games, which Harry started in 2014, have continued to be held despite the conflict with his family, and the sporting competition for wounded and ill veterans continues to grow.

According to The GB News, a friend of Harry’s stated that this achievement is evidence that a hybrid approach might have succeeded.

The Sussexes were informed that they could not be part-time employees of the Firm while negotiating the terms of their separation from the Royal Family, but a friend claims that the Invictus Games demonstrate that this may have been possible.

As stated by The Express News Published On Tuesday, September 5 2023 Friend: Prince Harry is disproving the Royal Family over the “Megxit” deal’s sticking point.

“Invictus is so important to him [Harry] and is very much a part of his former life,” the acquaintance said, according to the publication. It demonstrates a possible world where a hybrid model might have operated.

But it also demonstrates that he is still capable of achieving the goals that are so very important to him in his new world and in his new existence. He will be able to remind people of who he is and who he plans to be through the Invictus Games.

Harry’s other pal continued, “He’s anxious because he’s an empath. It’s a large undertaking, too. He is also very enthusiastic and excited.

Heart of Invictus, Harry’s most recent Netflix production, was made available on August 30. It is a follow-up to the 2020 Invictus Games, which were delayed by COVID-19 and held last year in The Hague, Netherlands.

The focus of the show is on the Games’ planners and athletes, and Harry also talks about his own struggles with mental health after serving in Afghanistan.

He argues that nobody could have helped him at the time because his stint in the military provoked unresolved anguish related to the passing of his mother, Princess Diana.

The biggest challenge, according to Harry, was that nobody could actually assist. I lacked the network, the support system, or the professional counsel to figure out what was really wrong with me.

Unfortunately, like the majority of us, you probably wish that you had dealt with some of these issues earlier when you were lying on the floor in the fetal position and thinking about therapy. What I want to alter is that. The next week, Harry and Meghan will be in Düsseldorf, Germany, for the 2023 Invictus Games.

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