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Meghan and Harry: Does the house blessing go wrong after this performance?

Prince Harry made another real surprise appearance. However, his visit to Texas was not met with enthusiasm everywhere. What do you think Meghan says about this?

Fort Worth – Duchess Meghan (40) has been particularly committed to animal welfare for years. The fact that her husband Harry (37) chose an event for his most recent appearance that does not exactly stand for animal welfare should cause discussion among the Sussexes *.

Meghan and Harry: Does the house blessing go wrong after this performance?

Prince Harry appears to have found a taste for surprise appearances. Just a few weeks ago, Queen Elizabeth*’s (95) grandson was spotted at the Super Bowl. While his wife Meghan looked after the children in Montecito, he and his cousin Eugenie (31) watched the NFL * final in Inglewood and made astonished faces in the audience.

Recently it was even rumored that Harry could appear at the Oscars *. So far, nothing is officially known about concrete plans, but there has been increasing talk in the press of a possible spontaneous guest performance. When the Academy Awards are presented at the end of March, the truth of the rumors will become clear.

Harry’s most recent high-profile appointment also came as a surprise. In Fort Worth, Texas, the 37-year-old suddenly appeared at a rodeo. His wife Meghan should have been anything but enthusiastic about it.

Herzogin Meghan und Prinz Harry stehen nebeneinander und schauen sich an (Symbolbild).


Duchess Meghan is a self-confessed animal rights activist – Prince Harry has recently become a rodeo fan (symbol image).

Meghan and Harry: Visitors were “shocked” by the rodeo visit

As a self-confessed animal rights activist, rodeos are certainly not one of the Duchess of Sussex*’s favorite events. Although bull riding has a long tradition in Texas, the sporting competitions are also massively controversial due to animal welfare. Harry didn’t seem to have bothered though. With the obligatory cowboy hat on his head, the son of Prince Charles* (73) apparently had a lot of fun at the Stockyards Championship Rodeo. An employee of the event later published a snapshot of the royal online and thanked him for his visit.

As the “Daily Mail” reports, several guests are said to have been “shocked” by the presence of the prince at the “thoroughly American event”. Harry* had recently made no friends in the USA when he described the first amendment to the US Constitution, which deals with freedom of the press, among other things, as “stupid”. “Given that he has so little respect for the First Amendment of the United States Constitution and his wife is an animal rights activist, it’s shocking that he thought he could show up,” the Daily Mail quoted a visitor as saying rodeos. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

Rubric picture: © Dominic Lipinski / dpa

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