NewsPrince Harry learns Dutch: Video makes people laugh online

Prince Harry learns Dutch: Video makes people laugh online

With his latest campaign, Prince Harry is once again causing a stir on the internet. For promotional purposes, the Royal is now under the “Oranjes”.

The Hague – Prince Harry (37) recently reported back online with a curious clip that hardly leaves a dry eye. In order to diligently advertise the upcoming Invictus Games in The Hague, the Royal tried his hand at Dutch – and showed himself from head to toe “in Oranje”*.

Prince Harry learns Dutch: Video makes people laugh online

Royal fans have known Prince Harry*’s special sense of humor for years, and he always causes a stir with funny actions. For example, his appearance on the James Corden* (43) TV show, when he demonstrated his talent as a rapper, will not be forgotten. The video with Queen Elizabeth (95), in which the two messed with the Obamas for fun, still causes laughter today.

Now the husband of Duchess Meghan* (40) is making headlines again with a funny show. To promote the Invictus Games taking place in The Hague this year, Harry made a fun promotional clip. You’ve never seen the Duke of Sussex like this before!

Prinz Harry lacht (Symbolbild).


Prince Harry is fun for everyone – especially when it comes to a matter of the heart (symbol image).

Prince Harry learns Dutch: He comes to The Hague in April

The Paralympic sporting event for veterans, which Harry launched in 2014, had to be paused for two years due to the corona pandemic. In a few weeks the spectacle will finally take place again. This time, too, the Royal will be there in person. A new promotional video shows the son of Prince Charles * (73) as he practices in Dutch for preparation purposes. Even when trying to pronounce it, you can’t help but smile. But if he shows himself in full “Oranje outfit” at the end, the gag is perfect.

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The Invictus Games will start on April 16th. Prince Harry will travel from Montecito especially for this. It remains to be seen whether he will at least pay a short visit to the British royal family * during his trip to Europe. After all, Queen Elizabeth * celebrates her 96th birthday on April 21st.

Only a few days ago, however, it became known that the Duke of Sussex would not attend the memorial service for his grandfather Prince Philip (99, † 2021) *. The concern for his safety in England* without police protection is said to be too great for him, the press said. The cancellation met with little understanding in palace circles. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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