Harry’s coming to the UK was eagerly awaited. On July 1, 2021, to celebrate the 60th birthday of his late mother, the prince made the trip to the United States. There, in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, he found his older brother, William, with whom he inaugurated with notable timidity the statue made in homage to Lady Diana. A few hours before the big event, Archie and Lilibet’s father made a virtual appearance at the Diana Awards, an awards ceremony that rewards young people aged 9 to 25 engaged at their level. During it, he took the floor to pay tribute to his mother. Also, he did not fail to allude to his brother despite the tensions but also to his wife, Meghan Markle.
“Later this week, my brother and I will be commemorating what would have been our mother’s 60th birthday, and she would be so proud of all of you, who are living authentic lives with purpose and compassion for others (… ) Meghan and I fundamentally believe that our world is about to change. Real change for the good of all, “he said. But these words would not actually come from his own pen.
Meghan Markle: Did she write Harry’s speech?
Angela Levin, expert on crowned heads, listened attentively to the speech given by the grandson of Elizabeth II. And, according to her, Harry got help from his wife with the writing, as she explained during her appearance on Good Morning Britain. “I think it was all written with Meghan’s help, a lot of the words sounded like she was speaking. Even before her wedding she was talking about young people who change the world,” she explained. Meghan Markle, who was not physically present at the event, still managed to get people talking about her.
Harry and Meghan Markle © Agency