This Friday, September 15th, Prince Harry turns 39 years old. The son of King Charles III. and his first wife, Princess Diana, celebrated his new year away from royal duties but in the company of close friends in an intimate ceremony.
Away from the flashy royal life, Prince Harry decided to celebrate his 39th birthday with his wife Meghan Markle at a small brewery in Düsseldorf. He was also accompanied there by some employees of his non-profit organization, the Archewell Foundation.
The food for the celebration consisted of traditional German dishes, sausages, mashed potatoes and beer. “Six small beers for the prince and one for his wife. They were adorable,” some brewery employees told the Daily Mail.
Although Prince Harry and Meghan Markle asked other guests there not to take photos of the celebration, the only image available was on the brewery’s Instagram profile. The chef and owner of the eatery joined in the snap.
Despite his crisis with the royal family and the decision to step away from monarchy duties with his wife, Harry has maintained his interest in being involved in charitable causes supported by the entire family. For this reason he was in Germany the day before his birthday and attended the Invictus Games for Germany.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took part in the competition, which the prince himself organized for war wounded after his two combat missions in Afghanistan. Through these activities, the son of King Carlos III. his NGO active.
Recently, Prince Harry published his memoirs in a book and revealed previously unknown details about the royal family and his relationship with them in various interviews and documentaries.
All this after he and his wife had been away from royal duties since 2020 and settled in the United States. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle live in the North American country with their children Lilibeth and Archie.
The couple has been spending time in Germany for several days and Prince Harry took advantage of the trip to take a quick trip to Windsor to visit the grave of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, just a year after her death.