Veterans Issue Stern Warning To Prince Harry Regarding Invictus Games Decision


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent participation in the Invictus Games has faced criticism for appearing “too royal.”

Initially lauded for his role in founding the Invictus Games in 2014, the Duke of Sussex has seen his involvement receive mixed reactions.

Veterans have voiced concerns that the essence of the games has diminished with Meghan Markle’s involvement, prompting calls for Prince Harry to distance himself.

A royal commentator remarked that what was once seen as Harry’s “remarkable accomplishments” is now viewed as potentially compromised due to recent developments.

In a discussion with Royal Biographer Angela Levin, GB News host Mark Dolan said: “About 2,000 ex-military have left the games, as they say it’s lost its original meaning.

“There are some former veterans who would like Harry to step down.”

Levin responded: “It’s become much too royal. Meghan makes the speeches, she actually led a march where some of the ex-military people were either physically, emotionally or psychologically damaged, or all of it, during the fighting.

“They were very upset about this, because she knows nothing about how to march. And I think they don’t want that.”