A royal expert has slammed Meghan Markle over her upcoming address ahead of this year’s Invictus Games in Germany.
Royal biographer and expert Angela Levin said the Duchess of Sussex, 42, will deliver a personal message of “courage and resilience” to injured veterans competing in the games.
But Levin, who wrote “Harry: A Biography of a Prince,” said the topic is “ironic” for the “Suits” alum to tackle in her speech.
“Meghan is going to be there [Invictus Games]. She is going to speak to the veterans about courage and resilience,” Levin told GB News.
“I thought that was quite ironic, because she represents neither of those things.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both attend the week-long event in Dsseldorf, which kicks off September 9.
The pair’s trip to Germany will mark their first joint European appearance since the late monarchs funeral on Sept. 19, 2022.
But despite being in Europe for the Invictus Games, the pair reportedly did not receive an invitation to an intimate event at Balmoral Castle on Sept. 8 making one year since Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
A source told the Sun that there hasnt been any outreach to them” from the royal family.
It comes as Harry, 38, gave fans a teaser of what they can expect from his upcoming Netflix documentary about the Invictus Games.
In the trailer for “Heart of Invictus,” which was released last week, the father of two spoke about his experience of setting up the annual event in a bid to bring veterans together.
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And according to Levin, the exiled royal appeared more like his “former self” than ever before.
“There was an advert for the series, and he struck me more like the Harry I knew in 2017 when I was writing his biography,” she told the outlet. “He was brilliant with the soldiers who were damaged mentally or physically.”
“I just wonder if he is coming out of the pit he has been in and hes becoming more like a man himself,” she added. “Hes in a very bad, miserable state. He was happy before, but he isnt now.”