Prince Harry reappears alone in Tokyo after rumors of crisis with Meghan Markle

He duke of sussex has landed this Tuesday at the Haneda airport, in Japan, to attend the ISPS Sports Values ​​Summit. He will do it alone Meghan Markle has decided not to accompany him, a decision that feeds the rumors that aroused weeks ago about a possible marital crisis between them.

Harry’s comeback comes just four days after the prince and his wife celebrated the actress’s birthday with dinner at Tre Lune Italian restaurant in Montecito. An attempt to deny the alleged breakup in which they were accompanied by one of her closest friends, Matt Cohen. However, this new solo escapade of the son of Charles III without the mother of his children he sets off the alarms again.

He, however, prefers to put gossip aside and focus on his role within the Summit: “The traditional Polo Cup is an essential gear for Sentebale’s substantial work, aimed at ensuring that children and youth enjoy robustness, health and possibilities (…) The resources that are captured this year will provide support to our Clubs and Camps program, the same one that provides intensive psychosocial support to young people who face HIV. that the condition of being a carrier of HIV no longer translates into a death sentence, we are making it easier for youth to assume their status, preserve their well-being and banish stigma, thus paving the way,” he said. “We are delighted to return to the eminent Singapore Polo Club in August and reiterate our immense appreciation to the polo community and our generous sponsors, in particular ISPS Handa, for their continued strong commitment to the youth population of Lesotho and Botswana.” .

The Duke, who has landed in Tokyo wearing a polo shirt and cap from Archewell, the foundation he chairs with Meghan Markle, will participate in the competition as a member of the Royal Salute Sentebale team, which will face the Singapore polo team.

Buckingham’s Last Scorn

Harry’s reappearance also coincides with Buckingham’s decision to remove references to his title as ‘Royal Highness’ on the institution’s websitea distinction that the Dukes of Sussex maintained until now and that the prince used in his latest biography, In the shade.

From Buckingham’s office they point out that it is just a coincidence: “The Royal Family website contains more than five thousand pages of information about the life and work of the Royal Family. After the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II , the content is regularly reviewed and updated. Some content may be out of date until this process is complete.”