Prince Harry Filled with ‘Anger and Bitterness’ During Nigeria Trip, Claims Royal Expert

Prince Harry appeared to be “full of anger and bitterness” during his recent trip to Nigeria with Meghan Markle, according to royal expert Angela Levin.

The couple’s visit was part of the celebrations for the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, which Prince Harry co-founded. During their three-day stay, they visited military headquarters, charity organizations, and politicians. They also attended a mental health event at a school and met with wounded Nigerian soldiers, invited by the country’s top military official, Christopher Musa.

Despite the seemingly successful visit, Levin claimed the Duke was on the verge of “exploding with anger and bitterness.” She highlighted a particular moment during the trip when they were required to stand awkwardly during the national anthem, “God Save the King,” which she said they “obviously hated.”

Levin told GB News America, “They didn’t move, blink, or mouth a word. They had to show respect for the King’s family, but it was clear they were unhappy.” Fans compared the couple’s trip to a traditional royal visit, noting the warm reception they received, including gifts and praise for Meghan’s engagement with locals.

Meghan was particularly praised for her interactions, including posing for selfies and co-hosting a women’s leadership event with Ngoni Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General of the World Trade Organization.

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