Prince William and Kate Middleton's role

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s role in Invictus Games success ‘on hold’

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s role in helping Prince Harry organize the Invictus Games.

Speaking to GB News presenter Nana Akua, royal commentator Michael Cole highlighted the contribution of the Prince and Princess of Wales in the early years of the now successful charity venture.

“You know that in the beginning, because this was all before Meghan, so in 2014 William and Kate, the Prince and Princess of Wales, through their foundation, were instrumental in encouraging Harry when ‘he attended the Invictus Games in the introduced life’.” “Doing business with the Department of Defense,” he said.

“That’s all forgotten now, but that’s it,” Cole said, noting that William and Kate will “visibly” miss the upcoming service at St. Paul’s Cathedral next week to mark the 10th anniversary of the sporting event in London.

For those who don’t know him, Harry founded the Invictus Games to honor wounded veterans in 2014, while still a member of the royal family.

According to a report from Page Six, the Spare author invited senior members of the royal family, including King Charles and William, to attend the service.

However, due to busy schedules and the current health crisis, this should not be the case.

As for hopes for a rapprochement between the two sides, Michael told Akua: “The possibility of Harry reconciling with his brother, I would say, is between slim and zero – and I would choose zero.”

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