El Príncipe Harry vuelve a su antiguo hogar pero sin Meghan Markle y su hijo

Por Marcela Velásquez

Luego de haberse convertido en padre y de un sinfín de polémicas Harry decidió regresar al Palacio de Kensington su antiguo hogar

12/Jun 2019

Recientemente el Duque de sussex tuvo una audiencia con Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli, Primer Ministro de Nepal lugar que también fue su oficina oficial hasta la inesperada separación que decidió tener del Príncipe William, quien mudó todas sus operaciones al Palacio de Buckingham.

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Mientras tanto su esposa la duquesa de sussex Meghan Markle continúa con su licencia y sus deberes de maternidad dedicada totalmente a cuidar al bebé Archie en su casa de Windsor, mejor conocida como Frogmore Cottage.

El objetivo de la reunión con el primer ministro nepalí, es para continuar con las ayudas que su real majestad a ofrecido desde el terrible terremoto ocurrido en el 2015 donde tuvo el honor de caminar por el Himalaya, pasando una noche con una familia nepalí que le abrió las puertas de su hogar.

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Así mismo los duques de Sussex decidieron compartir la imágenes de tal reunión en su cuenta oficial de Instagram, sin embargo una de las cosas que ha llamado la atención es el retrato que se pudo ver detrás de él en el salón en donde se le ve posando con su hermano, el Príncipe William, en sus épocas de juventud, al igual que un retrato junto a su esposa.

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The Duke of Sussex has had a longstanding connection to The Ghurkas and the people of Nepal beginning at a very young age. Today His Royal Highness held an audience with Nepal's Prime Minister, KP Sharma Oli, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen. This is the first visit to the UK by a Nepali Prime Minister in 19 years. The Duke has previously met KP Sharma Oli, on his first official visit to Nepal in March 2016, a country he had always longed to visit. At the time, Nepal was recovering from a major earthquake - rural villages had been torn apart leaving many families displaced, with heritage sites in Kathmandu severely damaged. Despite this tragedy, The Duke was moved by the remarkable spirit, resilience and warmth of the Nepalese, as seen in the photos from his visit. The Duke explored Nepal’s stunning natural beauty, trekking through a National Park, experiencing the Hindu Festival of Colour in the Himalayan village of Okhari and staying with a local family in Leorani village. During the visit, HRH also met The Royal Gurkha Rifles at the British Gurkha Camp in Pokhara, whom are a unique unit of soldiers in the British Army recruited from Nepal. The Duke has a particularly close bond to The Gurkha’s, having served with The 1st Battalion in Afghanistan in 2007/2008. The Gurkha’s have taken part in operations in Kosovo, Bosnia, East Timor, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Australia and Iraq and share a 203 year relationship with the UK. At the end of his 2016 visit, The Duke joined Team Rubicon volunteers to help a remote village whose community had been destroyed in the earthquake. @Teamrubiconuk unites the skills and expertise of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams in the aftermath of natural disasters. The Duke helped with the rebuild of the local school, giving children a safe space to go to school and study before the monsoon season arrived.

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