None of the Royal Family members responded to Prince Harry’s invitation to the Invictus Games

None of the Royal Family members responded to Prince Harry's invitation to the Invictus Games 1
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Prince Harry’s upcoming visit to the UK next week may feel more “solitary”, with reports indicating a lack of response from the Royal Family regarding his invitation to the Invictus Games celebrations, viewed as an effort to mend strained relations.

Despite inviting them, senior royals aren’t expected at the event, where Harry will make a speech. Page Six reports this.

King Charles has a packed schedule, including a meeting with the Prime Minister and hosting the first Buckingham Palace garden party, as his health continues to improve. While he plans to attend key events this summer, his plans remain tentative.

Harry is expected to postpone his trip until after Prince Archie’s birthday on May 6.

It remains uncertain whether his cousins, Princesses Beatrice, Eugenie, and Zara Tindall, will attend the celebrations.

Later this month, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to journey to Nigeria for a tour in connection with the Invictus Games. The Nigerian government will cover the cost of their security.

The Duchess of Sussex identifies as half African American, owing to her mother Doria. Meghan disclosed in a DNA test taken two years ago that her ancestors trace back to Nigeria, with 43% of her genetic makeup being attributed to “Nigerian genes.”