This may have disappointed Duchess Meghan: Even though she is a great wildlife, Prince Harry took part in the traditional Pheasant act of the Manor of Queen Elizabeth II.
This year the family won. Prince Harry, 34, participated in the traditional pheasant hunt in Sandringham on 26 December. For weeks, there were rumors that Harry was not looking for his wife Meghan, 37, who is considered a great wildlife.
Now, like his brother Prince William, 36, and Father Prince Charles, 70, he rifled in hand, as the "Sun" reports. Hunting has a long tradition of Royals. And Harry is considered a particularly good shooter. Already at age 12, he followed Prince Charles for the first time in the hunt.
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Character of unit
If he actually participated in the hunt quite voluntarily this year, it is doubtful. Experts interpret participation as a "sign of unity" among the kings. Last year Harry didn't go hunting, which didn't go well with his family. In particular, William was disappointed and appreciated the absence of his brother as a sign that Meghan Harry was away from the family.
However, Christmas in Windsor would have been harmonious this year. Then the pregnant Meghan and Duchess Kate, 36, would have solved their problems. After shooting lunch, the men went hunting again, and the two women followed the queen, 92 and Prince Philip, 97 together for afternoon tea.