Kate Middleton has continued to diligently fulfill her royal duties this week with grace and dedication to discreetly hold a meeting at Windsor Castle amidst ongoing criticism of the Royal family's insensitivity towards UK military veterans.
The Princess of Wales, participated in her second engagement of the week during the ongoing Invictus Games, choosing not to engage with the veterinarians due to her strained relationship with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Nevertheless, the gathering in the Early Years domain, hosted at Windsor Castle by Prince William's spouse, was discreetly concealed, as indicated by the Court Circular.
The Royal family members have received criticism for not showing support to British Armed Forces veterans participating in the Invictus Games due to their ongoing dispute with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
According to The Telegraph, certain British athletes are currently feeling frustrated because they believe that their accomplishments are going unnoticed by prominent public figures, including senior members of the royal family, who readily extend their well-wishes to athletes participating in other global competitions.
A media strategist blasted the company for their lack of acknowledgment of the German tragedy and said, “It's ironic Buckingham Palace has had more to say about the Highland Games than the Invictus Games, despite the honorary military roles they hold.”
He further added, “In doing so, the palace ends up looking mean-spirited and petty. The ill will against Harry should not be held against the Invictus competitors.”
For the unversed Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, and his wife, the Duchess, embarked on their week-long journey to Dusseldorf for the Invictus Games, this situation unfolded.
While Prince Harry was the founder of the Invictus Games, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton played a significant role in the initial phases of the event.