Sumary of ‘Lowering his status’: Prince Harry body language seems ‘a lot less professional’ in video:
- Prince Harry praised the US military veteran athletes who competed in the annual Warrior Games, telling them that their recoveries can inspire their fellow service members.
- The Duke of Sussex, whose 37th birthday is tomorrow, was speaking at a ‘Virtual Event to Honour Warrior Games Athletes’, where he was joined by US First Lady Dr Jill Biden, US secretary of defence Lloyd Austin and Ken Fisher, CEO of Fisher House Foundation.
- Both Harry and Dr Biden, who have struck up a friendship over the years, had been scheduled to attend this year’s Warrior Games, an annual sporting event that celebrates “the resiliency and dedication of wounded, ill, and injured active duty and veteran U.S. military Service members”.
- The Games had been set to begin in Orlando, Florida this week before they were cancelled due to coronavirus concerns.
- Addressing those who would have competed this year, Prince Harry expressed his “immense gratitude” for their service, adding: “It’s not just about yourselves and your families, but you have to remember that you’re doing this also for your brothers and sisters-in-arms, and those people that are in a really dark place.
- ” Charlotte Casiraghi diet: The royal’s meal plan and fitness routine Prince Harry, who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, founded the Invictus Games for wounded former military personnel in 2014 after being inspired by a visit to the Warrior Games.
- Prince Harry continued: “The Invictus Games never would have been created had I not been inspired by every single one of you, and your companions and families, for everything that you give to the service of your country.
- ”A body language specialist, Judi James, analysed Prince Harry in the video clip which was released of him speaking with Dr Biden.