Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Receive Warm Welcome in Nigeria, King Charles to Resume Public Duties
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Receive Warm Welcome in Nigeria, King Charles to Resume Public Duties
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, were greeted by enthusiastic supporters during their visit to Nigeria, as per recent reports. The couple received a warm welcome in Abuja, where they engaged with fans, took selfies, interacted with schoolchildren, and shared light moments with teachers. Their visit marks the beginning of a three-day tour aimed at promoting sports events in Africa.

During their stay, the royal pair plans to visit a school, meet with injured service members, and participate in basketball and polo games. The tour will culminate in an evening gala. While Prince Harry, 39, returned to the UK on Tuesday for an event commemorating the Invictus milestone at St. Paul's Cathedral, Charles, the Prince of Wales, hosted a garden party at Buckingham Palace.

Prince Harry, a former army captain who served in Afghanistan, founded the Invictus Games in 2014, which have since grown in significance for rehabilitation through sports. During his visit to Abuja, he met with Chief of Defence Staff General Christopher Musa, who praised the positive impact of Nigerian troops' participation in the Invictus Games held in Germany the previous year.

In other news, Buckingham Palace announced that King Charles III will resume his public duties after a hiatus for cancer treatment. The monarch, who temporarily withdrew from public appearances three months ago to focus on his health, will visit a cancer treatment center next week, marking the beginning of several upcoming engagements. Among these engagements is the hosting of a state visit by the emperor and empress of Japan scheduled for June.

With King Charles prioritizing cost-cutting measures and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepping back from royal duties, there are fewer family members available to fulfill the numerous engagements that constitute the modern royal lifestyle, including ribbon cuttings, awards ceremonies, and state events.

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