Prince Harry impressed the internet by paying a surprise visit to Pearl Harbor. The trip was shocking, to say the least, as the royal prince and Meghan Markle already paid a tribute to the war heroes on their Archewell website. The couple shared a photo from one of their meets with the military staff, along with a heartfelt note. However, Prince Harry decided to make Veteran’s Day more special this year by going to Honolulu.
He took an elaborated tour of the USS Arizona Memorial while learning more about the history from an expert. Prince Harry was spotted wearing his poppy during the tour, but he decided against donning the medals. Following his exit from the royal family in 2022, the Duke was stripped of his military titles, but he was allowed to take the medals that he earned during his ten years of service. While the fans applauded the Sussex royal for his sweet gesture, the absence of Meghan Markle did not sit well with a lot of people.
Trouble in paradise for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?
The absence of Meghan Markle has intensified the speculations of a fight between her and Prince Harry. The couple has often taken such important trips together in the past. However, this was the first time that the royal prince was spotted alone. For the past few days, rumors of a feud between Sussexes have been floating.
Reports suggest that the Duke of Sussex is blaming his wife for jeopardizing the truth in the Netflix docuseries. He is concerned that the public would not buy their story as they would come across as liars due to contradictions in the memoir and Netflix show. It is also believed that Prince Harry walked out of the dinner date with Meghan Markle last week after having a tiff.
All being said, Prince’s visit to Pearl Harbor was a huge success as he was lauded by the public and veterans across the globe. One of the people who was present in the Harbour the same day as Prince Harry, Dan Conover, had only good things to say about the Duke.
“He basically gave me a greeting. He was very respectful and courteous and nice. I moved out of his way, and he kind of patted me on the back and said, ‘You’re all good, mate.’ It was a simple interaction, but he was very nice and courteous and respectful,” Conover said while interacting with People.
What do you think about Prince Harry’s visit to Pearl Harbor? Do you think it means there’s indeed a rift between the lovebirds? Let us know in the comments.