PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle will be making their first public appearance together since their rep claimed they were involved in a car chase.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been keeping a low profile for the past few months but are finally looking to step out together next month.
The couple will host Harry’s Invictus Games in Dusseldorf.
The last time the couple attended a public event, their rep claimed they were involved in a “near-disastrous car chase” that they say lasted for more than two hours.
They claimed Harry and Meghan’s car was the target of a “relentless pursuit” by paparazzi after an awards ceremony in New York.
However, police officers and a taxi driver criticized the claims as “exaggerated”.
New York Post It was reported today that the couple will travel to Germany for the Games, which Harry created in 2014 to give former servicemen a chance to take part in an international multisport event.
The games begin on September 9 – one day after the first anniversary of the Queen’s death.
On the final day of the event, Meghan will host an “emotional” farewell show for families and attendees.
This is followed by a closing speech by the Prince.
The news comes after the Duke and Duchess put up a united front in their most recent appearance as they gushed over Archie, four, and Lilibet, two.
The couple looked cozy next to each other, despite recent claims that the two are taking some time off.
They spoke in a video to support the Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund, which aims to work with young people.
During their performance, they put on a beaming smile and spoke lovingly about their children.
Harry said, “Thank you for doing everything you do. Our children in particular are incredibly grateful.”
Meghan added, “They don’t know yet, but they will.”
The cozy video followed speculation that the two were giving each other space.
But these rumors were immediately denied by an insider.
This was announced by a source close to the couple page six: “That’s not true, it’s literally made up.”