Prince Harry’s ‘orange stunt’ called diplomatic faux-pas

While Prince Harry seems to have won millions of hearts with his appearance in the Invictus Games video, his orange dress has raised some eyebrows.

The Duke of Sussex wore an orange dress in the video promotion for the upcoming games scheduled to be held in the Netherlands next month.

A social media user wondered whether Harry was making fun of the Royal Family of the Netherlands.

“Orange being the color for royalty in the Netherlands, the heir/heiress is known as prince/princess of Orange, equivalent to the prince of Wales. Is it a diplomatic faux-pas? Is he making fun of the Royal Family over there?” said a user.

Sharing Harry’s video, another user said, “Please tell me this is a spoof and not the beloved PH. Actually, I take it back. It’s him & it’s for the Invictus Games.”

Royal biographer Angela Levin wrote, “If Harry thought his orange stunt was funny. It’s not.”

Prince Harry's 'orange stunt' called diplomatic faux-pas

Prince Harry's 'orange stunt' called diplomatic faux-pas


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