Prince Harry Heartbreak: Duke Of Sussex Not Relevant In The U.S., Expert Says After Meghan Markle's Husband Attended Superbowl With Cousin Princess Eugenie

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Prince Harry is not relevant in the United States as he was in the United Kingdom. His significance was highlighted when he attended Super Bowl LVI with his cousin Princess Eugenie instead of his wife, Meghan Markle.

Prince Harry Is Not Important In The United States, Expert Claims

The Duke of Sussex surprised the public when he attended his first Super Bowl earlier this month. However, he attended the game with his royal cousin, Princess Eugenie. His wife, Meghan Markle, was noticeably missing during the sighting, with many wondering where the duchess was at the time.

Following the event, there were only too few photos of Prince Harry from the event. There were even no official photos of him from the event. The lack of shots shared on social media, only highlighted Prince Harry's "irrelevancy" in the U.S., Express reported.

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"In the US Harry isn't considered as important or relevant as he seems to be in the UK and bringing Eugenie as opposed to Meghan [to the Super Bowl] reflects that irrelevancy," Dr. Lillian Glass, an American interpersonal communication and body language expert, told Express.

She noted that Prince Harry might have acquired more attention if he had brought Markle along. The expert said it was confusing and suspicious why he decided to take Princess Eugenie at his first Superbowl instead of his wife, who "adores the limelight."

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"Harry could have taken both Meghan and Eugenie to the game, so it seemed rather odd that he would not bring Meghan to such an especially high-profile event where the world would be watching," Glass continued.

The expert noted that Markle "would have been in her element with all the other celebs and getting the press attention" had she accompanied Prince Harry at the sports event.

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Why Did Meghan Markle Skip Superbowl With Prince Harry?

The Duchess of Sussex has kept her public appearances minimum. There are rumors that she wants to stir excitement among the media in every appearance she makes. That's why she allegedly limits her public sightings.

It remains unknown where Markle was during the Superbowl. However, a snap of her enjoying dinner with her husband, Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank made the rounds online last week when Kate Middleton was making her solo royal tour to Denmark.

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Over the weekend, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their first major Hollywood appearance by attending the 53rd NAACP Image Awards. They received the President's Awards for their distinguished public service in racial justice and equity.

Stay tuned for more news and updates about Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the rest of the royal family.

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