Megxit: Prince Harry posts video of 'last' royal job

Megxit: Prince Harry posts video of 'last' royal job

- A video of what could be Prince Harry's last royal job has been posted by the Duke of Sussex

- Prince Harry met with the 21 nations participating in the Rugby Football League and also watched kids playing in the palace gardens

- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently announced their decision to step down as senior members of the royal family

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Prince Harry has posted a video of what could be his last royal job with a song that includes the lyrics "I would like to leave the country for a month of Sundays". It appeared on his and Meghan Markle's joint Instagram account.

A palace source said that the song was the sole choice of the event's organisers and that it had been picked because it was an "anthem" of the sport, Daily Mail reports.

Briefly.co.za notes that in the video, Prince Harry could be seen greeting rugby fans and players and getting ready for the Rugby League World Cup draw.

Megxit: Prince Harry posts video of 'last' royal job

Pictures from the event.
Source: UGC

The 35-year-old Duke of Sussex and his wife recently announced their decision to step down as senior members of the royal family.

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This announcement forced Queen Elizabeth to call an emergency meeting. The meeting took place on Monday, January 13, at Sandringham in Norfolk, the Queen's country home.

Prince William, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles were present at the meeting, while Markle joined the conversation via phone from Canada.

In what could be his last royal job, Prince Harry, who is the patron of the Rugby Football League, met with representatives of the 21 nations participating in the league and also watched kids playing in the palace gardens.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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