The Sussexes were driven by amazing drivers… This Saturday, April 16, the day after their arrival in Europe and their surprise visit to Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended the first test of the Invictus Games. In The Hague, in the Netherlands, the couple also gave of their person… With undisguised pleasure, the parents of Archie and Lilibet settled in miniature Land Rover vehicles driven… by two small girls before the opening ceremony of the Games. The Duke of Sussex also took part in the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge, sitting in the passenger seat while helping the driver navigate a rugged course of bridges, ramps and rocks.
If Harry was seated next to a four-year-old Dutch girl, Meghan Markle, she was led by a five-year-old Italian girl, Mya. And to see their playful faces and the smiles that never left their faces, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had fun like crazy! Just like the two little girls who had the chance to accompany them for this WTF challenge. “It was incredible! Meghan was super nice, reacted the mother of the little girl, interviewed by the Daily Mail. She was adorable and we did not expect her to sit with Mya. something she won’t forget when she’s older. I’m so happy.” Meghan Markle and Prince Harry then posed for photos with family members of the little pilots.
Meghan Markle: this event that she is looking forward to
On site, the Sussexes also took a film crew in their suitcases, which is filming the event for the needs of a Netflix documentary. They notably met the Ukrainian team. “I spoke with Meghan about the importance of having a voice and she totally understood that – to be heard, to be listened to, to have a voice, to just speak your own truth, your experience. It’s very important to her. “, assured the manager who spoke at length with the duchess. During the day, Meghan Markle like Prince Harry must make highly anticipated speeches at the Invictus Games. And this Sunday, April 17, the Duchess of Sussex will read her children’s book, The Bench, before returning to the United States without her husband, who must stay longer in the Netherlands.
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