Prince Harry, Meghan Markle show ‘symbol’ that they are ‘not welcomed’ by Dutch royalty

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will travel to the Netherlands this week for the Invictus Games.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex who were not invited by the Dutch royals were ridiculed for being harassed for leaving their senior royal status. The label comes amid news that the couple will not say so at the Dutch Palace.

Speaking at Sunrise Australia, journalist Angela Mollard said: “They don’t live in Dutch palaces and this is very unusual.

“When nobles go to one of Europe’s royal houses, they usually stay in it.”

He compared their visit to Australia when the couple lived in “the Governor-General’s house” and called the recent treatment of the Dutch language a ‘symbol’.

Ms Mollard said: “It’s going to be really interesting, this trip, because of course it’s a few weeks after Harry didn’t attend Prince Philip’s memorial.”

He concluded: “A lot of attention will be paid to him and I hope this attention does not shift away from the soldiers and personnel of the armed forces for whom the Invictus Games are an important event.”

Harry and Meghan, however, extended the peace sign on Thursday when the couple paid a secret visit to the Queen after two years of abandoning their duties as senior royals.

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