- The Queen has asked Prince Harry and Meghan to attend the Commonwealth Service on Monday, March 9
- With the new invitation, the couple would have to put their new life on hold to join the rest of the royal family
- It should be recalled that Meghan was very pregnant with 9-month-old Archie during the 2019 edition of the service
The Queen has asked Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to attend the yearly Commonwealth Service with the royal family in March.
Daily Mail reports that the government representatives of all the 53 members of the commonwealth will be at the Westminister Abbey for the event on Monday, March 9.
It should be noted that during the event in 2019, Meghan was heavily pregnant with Archie. With the new invitation, the couple will have to change their schedules.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the couple reportedly earned $1m (N363,000,000) for their appearance at a JP Morgan event in Florida, United States.
The former actress and the prince attended the JP Morgan-sponsored alternative investment summit held in Florida on Thursday, February 6.
It was gathered that Prince Harry gave a speech at the exclusive event, which was attended by billionaires.
Harry was said to have discussed that he has been in therapy for the past few years to help him cope with the loss of his mother, Princess Diana.
A source who spoke said Harry talked about how the events of his childhood affected him. The source added that Prince Harry does not want Meghan and his son Archie to go through what he went through as a child.
In other news, Bill Gates just bought the world’s first hydrogen-powered superyacht that is worth around $644m (N233,772,000,000) which has a large pool, helipad, spa, and gym.
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The Guardian reports that the Microsoft co-founder commissioned the ship, a-112-meter long vessel that is powered by hydrogen.
It should be noted that the ship was designed by a Dutch, Sander Sinot, and showcased at the Monaco yacht show in 2019.
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