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Prince Harry delays flying back to join Meghan and Archie in Canada to thrash out Megxit deal – as he breaks cover for first time since Sandringham summit to announce Invictus Games

Prince Harry has delayed flying back to join Meghan and Archie in Canada to thrash out the ‘Megxit’ deal, as he broke cover this evening for the first time since the Sandringham summit.

Prince Harry released a video on the ‘Sussex Royal’ Instagram to reveal the power his Invictus Games had to heal families, just days after he and Meghan announced they were leaving their roles as senior royals. 

The Duke of Sussex was using the video to announce that Dusseldorf in Germany would be hosting his sports competition for wounded veterans in 2022.     

Harry’s appearance follows the first sighting of Meghan since the crisis talks at Sandringham on Monday. The Duchess was seen smiling as she boarded a sea plane on Vancouver Island in Canada on Tuesday.

On Monday the Queen revealed in a deeply personal statement to the public that she had agreed for Harry and Meghan to begin a ‘new life’ as an ‘independent’ family.

Prince Harry also talked about the power of the games to heal families in the post, days after he and Meghan announced they were stepping down from their roles as senior royals

Meghan is seen for the first time since 'Megxit' in Vancouver on Tuesday boarding a sea plane

Meghan is seen for the first time since ‘Megxit’ in Vancouver on Tuesday boarding a sea plane

Following a summit at Sandringham on Monday, Buckingham Palace confirmed the couple would begin a ‘transition period’ in which they would split their time between the UK and Canada.

The summit convened by the Queen, which brought together Harry, William and the Prince of Wales, was not attended by Meghan, who is in Canada with baby son Archie.

It also emerged on Tuesday that Meghan’s father could give evidence against her in her legal battle with The Mail On Sunday, should it go to court.

High Court documents revealed Thomas Markle forms part of the newspaper’s defence, after The Mail On Sunday and its parent company Associated Newspapers were accused of unlawfully publishing a letter between the two.  

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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