Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Walks Hand in Hand in an Event in Germany

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are always in the news. And being transparent is one of the most adoring things that make these couples different from others. They were recently caught at a game event in Germany.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Germany

The Duke of Sussex and the Duchess of Sussex are recently up for one of their work tours. Recently they visited Germany for Invictus Games. The game is going to be started on 23. They were there for the countdown event.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

In this event, Prince Harry was not shy away to express his love for his lady love. The Prince opened up about the importance of Meghan. He told that he was always looking for someone to share his moments with. And he is lucky to get Meghan on his side to share every emotion.

They reached the event and walks hand in hand. They had a great time at the event. Reportedly they will be vising some more places as a part of this tour.

Prince and His Buckingham Relation

Prince Harry last attended an event in Buckingham palace. Where the Royal family was celebrating the platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth. They also took their children along, Archie and Lilibet Diana.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles met little Lilibet for the first time in that grand event. They had a great family time at the event. Soon after the UK event, the Duke of Sussex left for Germany with his better half.

Earlier this year Meghan was in news for sharing some inside details of Buckingham palace. On which Queen Elizabeth was upset with her. There is speculation that not everything is well between Prince Harry and Buckingham palace. And mostly it is because of Meghan’s remarks.

However, nothing is confirmed yet. And the prince is having a great time with Meghan.

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