The Royal Family is en route to Scotland, and the Duke of Sussex is about to start a hectic, public tour.
Prince Harry’s tour schedule is set to become hectic with stops in Singapore, Japan, and back in Europe.
On August 9, Harry will take a flight to Tokyo for a summit focused on sport, community, and philanthropy.
Three days later, Harry will go to Singapore for a charity Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup match.
Harry will go to Europe for the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf, Germany, in the following month, which will be just as busy.
According to a commentary post by royal writer Daniela Elser, he might potentially return to the UK for the WellChild Awards in London later in September.
Before relocating to the US, Harry attended the awards ceremonies frequently as a supporter of the organization and is anticipated to return.
This summer is also anticipated to see the long-awaited premiere of his Netflix documentary about a sporting event he organized for sick, injured, and wounded soldiers.
Other members of the Royal Family will be spending their summer vacations in Balmoral while Harry is involved in this hectic blitz.
One of the long-standing summer customs of the Royal Family is the annual journey up north, where they can go horseback riding, hunting, and fishing.
In response, Ms. Elser said: “Given that during this time, the Royal Family will be off rusticating in a remote corner of Scotland where Wi-Fi is only available at the top of the castle’s keep, prepare for an intriguing switcheroo, with Brand Sussex about to be everywhere and Team Crown largely absent from the picture.
“Or, in other words, we are about to see a lot of Harry, everywhere, all at once.”
Stephen Reiff, a PR specialist, claims that Harry and Meghan have the chance to concentrate on “mission-driven businesses”.
As he stated in an interview with Daily Express US, “At best, they’ll work to evolve their perception from armchair critic to leaders who are actually in the game, working to build something with meaningful impact.”
It comes after the lucrative £16 million contract the Sussexes had with the streaming service Spotify came to an amicable conclusion.
In a joint statement, Archewell Audio and the industry titan of online streaming announced that they have “mutually agreed to part ways.”
Spotify was playing episodes of Meghan’s podcast Archetypes.
However, the Duchess’ talent agency claimed that “Meghan is continuing to develop more content for the Archetypes audience on another platform.”
In April, Meghan inked a massive multi-million-pound contract with WME, the top talent agency in Hollywood.
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