Royal Family News: Prince Harry Betrays Family Again With Another Interview
Hoda Kotb to a break from her seat on the “Today” show and flew to The Hague for an exclusive interview with Prince Harry at the Invictus Games.
When fans of NBC’s “Today” tuned in on April 18 for their daily dose of the morning show they got a surprise. Hoda wasn’t there. Fortunately, the morning talk show host posted images on Instagram that explained why she missed the morning spot. Continue reading and we’ll give you the details.
Royal Family News: Hoda Shares Images of her Posing with Prince Harry
In the post, the journalist shared images of her smiling brightly on the pitch with the Duke of Sussex. The first image explained that the talk show host would be airing the interview the next morning on “Today.”
She followed that post up with an additional image of the prince and Hoda can be seen cheering on one of the competitors along with his children Layla and Elijah. In the next image, Hoda stands behind the prince and the wheelchair rugby competitor as they pose for a photo.
She captioned the image “And here’s Layla and Elijah’s dad moments after his wheelchair rugby match,” adding that the prince had been watching from the stands.
Royal Family News: Prince Harry Tells Ukraine, ‘We Stand with You’
This, the fifth iteration of the popular Invictus Games, opened one Saturday, April 16 in Hague, Netherlands. They are scheduled to last until April 22. It’s an international sporting event for active duty as well as veteran wounded, injured, and sick servicemen and women. The word Invictus means unconquered and was chosen as an embodiment of the fighting spirit within each contestant of the games.
In his opening speech, Prince Harry gave a nod to the Ukrainian team. He said, “We stand with you. The world is united with you. And still, you deserve more. And my hope is that these events, this event, creates the opportunity … of how we as a global community can better show up for you.
Royal Family News: Harry at Peace in California with Wife and Family
In other news, Prince Harry told People this week that having his wife Meghan Markle by his side at the Invictus games “means everything,” adding that the games, for the couple, have led to some “very pivotal and sentimental moments.”
The prince told Hoda that he feels “massively at peace” with Markle at home in California. Be sure to keep up to date with all your Royal Family News and return here often for more spoilers and updates.