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Prince Harry Warned Not To Cut Off Lifeline Before UK Travel

Before leaving for the UK, Prince Harry issued a “don’t cut off lifeline” warning.

EXCLUSIVE: Prior to his trip to the UK next month, Prince Harry has received a warning.

As his trip to the UK draws near, Prince Harry has received the advice to “do not cut off your lifeline”.

On May 8, the Duke of Sussex will commemorate the Invictus Games’ tenth anniversary with a special ceremony at St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Though it’s not official yet, Harry might travel with Meghan Markle and their two kids.

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A PR specialist has issued a cautionary note to the former working royal with a few weeks left before the trip.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, Edward Coram-James from goup.co.uk said: “Harry has a clear path to reputational revival. From a PR point of view, you don’t cut ties with your lifeline.”

The expert also added that the Duke of Sussex could be set to see a popularity increase “in the years ahead”.

Mr Coram-James said: “Assuming that the Duke has read the tealeaves and has the objectivity and discipline to perform a sustaining pivot rooted in an enduring commitment to causes like Invictus, then I do believe that his popularity will increase markedly in the years ahead.

“This is something that will likely have been discussed by the Invictus board, and will be one of a number of reasons why they will have decided to stick with him.”

Nevertheless, the expert thinks that the Invictus Games “no longer relies” on Prince Harry for attention, having “outgrown” their originator.


He said: “Indeed, it’s one of the few remaining areas in which Harry is viewed favourably by the public.

“However, in many ways the event has outgrown its founder. Invictus no longer relies on Harry for media attention.”

In September 2014, the inaugural event took place in London, after the Duke’s establishment of the Games.

The Invictus Games takes great satisfaction in being a sporting competition for sick, injured, and wounded military personnel.

In September 2023, Meghan accompanied her spouse to Germany for the Games of the previous year.

Canada will host the Games in 2025. “As Invictus continues to adapt and evolve, I am extremely excited to announce that the Invictus Games Foundation has selected Canada to host the first-ever Winter Hybrid Games in 2025,” Prince Harry stated on the official Invictus Games website.

“The Invictus Games Vancouver-Whistler 2025 will offer a global platform to expand the range and profile of winter adaptive sports. With deep respect, I’m also pleased to share that the Games in Canada will be held in partnership with the First Nations, in the spirit of truth and reconciliation with indigenous communities.”

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