NewsPrince Harry faces harsh criticism for his 'Holland video'

Prince Harry faces harsh criticism for his 'Holland video'

Prince Harry's promotional video for the upcoming Invictus Games in The Hague is making waves. The clip is not well received everywhere.

Montecito – In a few weeks the next Invictus Games will start in the Netherlands. The Paralympic sporting event for veterans, which was launched by Prince Harry (37) in 2014, had to pause for two years due to the corona pandemic, so the joy of the upcoming event is all the greater. In order to diligently beat the advertising drum for it, Harry recently published a promo clip. However, the humor of the royal does not meet everyone's taste.* reveals the violent reactions Prince Harry caused with his "Holland video".

In the said video, Prince Harry tries to learn Dutch with support and doesn't look so bad at all. At the end of the recording, Duchess Meghan's husband (40) then slips into the full "Oranje outfit" and shows himself from head to toe in orange – sunglasses and hat included. While the action has been well received by some Royal fans, critics see it as nothing more than infantile silliness. They are also bitter that Prince Harry will travel to The Hague for the Invictus Games in mid-April, but has canceled his participation in the memorial service for his grandfather Prince Philip (99, † 2021). * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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