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Prince Harry ‘pushed into the background’ as Meghan Markle ‘takes over’ Nigeria tour

By Gabrielle Wilde

Published: 13/05/2024

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A royal expert has claimed that Prince Harry was "pushed into the background" during his Nigeria tour while his wife, Meghan Markle, took centre stage.

The Sussexes have now finished their tour of the African nationhaving visited a war zone, played volleyball and even stood up for God Save The King.


However, according to royal commentator Ingrid Seward, Meghan very much took the lead on the royal tour. The duchess previously revealed that she is 43 per cent Nigerian and wanted to learn more about her heritage.

Speaking to GB News, Seward said: "Meghan manages to make everything about her.



"This was Harry's show. This was for the Invictus Games. Nigeria is the first African country to join the Invictus Games.

"And it was Harry's show. And yet, Meghan seems to take over.

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"She has a big fan base there, but I just thought it was a shame.

"Harry always seems to be slightly pushed into the background unless he's doing something sporty, like playing basketball or playing polo."

The Duchess of Sussex revealed in 2022 that she is 43 per cent Nigerian which she discovered after doing a genealogy test.

She said on her Archetypes podcast: "I'm going to start to dig deeper into all this because anybody that I've told, especially Nigerian women, are like 'What?!'"



Meghan said after finding out the results she rang her mother Doria "because I wanted to know if she had any awareness of it".

The Sussexes' tour of Nigeria has been successful so far with the couple discussing a range of issues including mental health awareness and parenthood during their engagements.

On Saturday, Meghan opened up about her love of motherhood and finding balance in her life.

The Sussexes have two children together, Prince Archie, five, and Princess Lilibet, two.



Meghan said at an event on Women in Leadership that she co-hosted: "Balance will always change for you. That balance, what seemed balanced ten years ago is going to shift.

"And so being a mum has always been a dream of mine.

"I'm so fortunate that we have two beautiful, healthy, very chatty sweet children."

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