Meghan will ‘stay at home with the kids’ after Invictus schedule change
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Meghan Markle will likely “stay home with Archie and Lilibet” to avoid the “limelight” of the Invictus Games, a royal expert exclusively told Daily Express US.
Robert Jobson said that it was “very odd” that the Duchess of Sussex had been removed from the schedule as she was supposed to feature at the games’ closing ceremony.
He said Meghan Markle, 42, will now “likely try to stay out of the limelight to avoid another media storm” by skipping the games altogether.
“She will probably want to stay at home with Archie and Lilibet,” Mr Jobson added.
The official guide for the Invictus Games originally suggested Meghan would “take to the stage” for the closing ceremony to present a segment about the competitors’ lives.
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However, the Duchess’s name is now missing from the event’s official website just two days before the eight-day games begin on September 9. The schedule now says German TV host Hadnet Tesfai will replace Meghan.
The passage which has since been removed said Meghan would “take to the stage to host the intimate and moving glimpse into the extraordinary journeys of the Invictus Games competitors,” according to the Daily Mail.
The paper has cited sources who say the original information was “uploaded in error”.
Meghan was expected to meet Prince Harry at the games after he visits the UK alone today, however, Mr Jobson has cast doubt on the Duchess’s attendance.
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The Duchess made a short appearance at last year’s games to introduce Prince Harry, 38, and pay tribute to the competitors.
The Invictus Games is a sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women who are both serving or veterans.
Prince Harry founded the event in 2014 after serving two tours in Afghanistan.
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