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Prince Harry’s ‘Heart of Invictus’ Fails to Acknowledge Prince William’s Contributions

Prince Harry’s latest documentary, “Heart of Invictus,” has sparked controversy for its alleged oversight of the contributions made by his brother, Prince William, and the rest of the British royal family.

Renowned royal commentator Daniela Elser addressed this issue in her recent piece for News.com.au.

Her critique primarily centers around Prince Harry’s failure to acknowledge the fundamental role played by the royal family and his membership within it in the story of the Invictus Games.

Elser’s criticism stems from Prince Harry’s narrative in “Heart of Invictus,” where he seemingly takes sole credit for the inception and success of the Invictus Games. She noted that the documentary scarcely mentions the royal family’s involvement in this initiative.

In her scathing review, Elser emphasized that viewers unfamiliar with the Invictus Games might conclude from “Heart of Invictus” that the entire project was solely the brainchild of Prince Harry, a man with children and dogs.

She also pointed out that the documentary does not delve into the role played by the royal family or the monarchy in supporting Prince Harry’s platform for veterans and returned service personnel.

Elser raised questions about the lack of reference to the “royal family” or the “monarchy” throughout the documentary, indicating that it was a fleeting and easily missed reference, if mentioned at all.

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