Prince Harry might not be able to participatein the Platinum Jubilee events in June if the current statement about his polo match schedule is anything to go by.
Queen Elizabeth II will commemorate her 70th year on the throne from June 2 to 5. It will be a four-day banking vacation that will start with the Trooping the Colour parade. After that, the royal household members will watch the RAF flypast from the Buckingham Palace terrace.
It is thought that Her Majesty welcomed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to signupwith her and the rest of the royals on the veranda. The 37-year-old, nevertheless, did not devote to goingto the events when asked by Hoda Kotb throughout his interview on the “Today” Show in April. He pointedout the absence of security as a likely factor, however he did share his objective to bring their kids Archie and Lilibet to see the Queen in the future.
However, royal biographer Omid Scobie might have inadvertently revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may not make it to the Platinum Jubilee at all. On his Twitter page, he revealed a list of competition dates for the summerseason polo season in California.
He composed, “Prince Harry will play the whole 12 objective polo season at Santa Barbara with his #LosPadresteammates (@nachofigueras, @kekomagrini, Juan Guerrero): @FoldedHills Pope Challenge, May 6-15, Lisle Nixon Cup, May 20-29, Cheval Athletics USPA Intra-Circuit, June 3-19.”
This implies the Folded Hills Pope Challenge will occur inbetween May 9 to 15, the Lisle Nixon Cup from May 20 to 29, and the Cheval Athletics USPA Intra-Circuit will run from June 3 to 19.
However, Scobie, co-author of “Finding Freedom,” recommended not to read too much into his statement as they are “simply the noted dates of the competition, not the dates of their matches.” This might suggest that the Duke of Sussex might be playing on any of the dates in June and not always on those days that correspond with the Platinum Jubilee events.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have yet to validate their presence at the Platinum Jubilee events, however they haveactually been advised by royal professionals to avoid the occasion inthemiddleof declares that their existence might take the spotlight off Queen Elizabeth II.