Furious Angela Levin Exposes Meghan Markle’s Bombshell

Meghan Markle is currently facing some scrutiny for an intriguing message she’s set to deliver as she prepares to join Prince Harry at the Invictus Games. Meghan will be joining Harry in Dusseldorf for this multi-sport event, which the Duke of Sussex founded back in 2014.

According to Angela Levin, a biographer of Prince Harry, Meghan is preparing to deliver a personal message to the wounded, injured, and sick servicemen and women who will be competing at the event.

Levin believes that the Duchess will emphasize a message of courage and resilience. She finds it ironic that Meghan is delivering this message at the Invictus Games, given her perceived disconnect from these qualities.

This news comes after the Duke of Sussex gave fans a glimpse of his upcoming Netflix documentary centered around the Invictus Games. In the trailer for “Heart of Invictus,” Harry talks about his experiences setting up the initiative and delves into his relationship with veterans. Notably, Meghan was absent from the video, and it remains unclear whether she will be missing from the actual show.

According to Levin, Harry appeared more like his former self in the teaser, reminiscent of the Harry she knew in 2017 while writing his biography. She noted his ability to connect with soldiers who were dealing with mental or physical injuries and how he gave them hope. She even asked if this work helped him with his own mental health issues, to which he responded affirmatively.

A camera crew from the project joined Harry and Meghan when they visited the games in the Netherlands in 2022. This series, which has been in the works for over two years, is produced by Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Productions, directed by Orlando Von Einsel, and produced by Jonah Natasagara, known for his work on the Oscar-winning short “The White Helmets.”

Harry is scheduled to travel to Germany for the next tournament, which begins on September 9th, and the series is set to be released on August 30th, exclusively on the streaming giant.