Prince Harry on Thursday posted a social media video of what could be his last-ever royal engagement — backed by a Stone Roses tune with the lyrics, “I’d like to go away the nation.”
The subliminal message appeared on the Duke of Sussex’s Instagram story on the account shared with spouse Meghan Markle.
Tellingly, the video performs together with the Stone Roses’ hit “That is the One” within the background — with the lyric about leaving the UK “for a month of Sundays” taken as an apparent nod to his Megxit plans to stay in Canada.
The UK band’s basic can also be a paean to a beloved one — maybe additionally an indication that Harry, 35, was keen to do no matter it takes to be along with his duchess, who’s already in Canada with their child son, Archie.
“A woman consumed by fireplace, everyone knows her want — from the plans that she has made, I had her on a promise,” the lyrics go. “All of the plans that I’ve made — that is the one,” the tune says, threatening to “burn the city the place I used to be born.”
Within the video, Harry turns round to flash an enormous smile earlier than getting into the palace room to face ready cameras for what insiders imagine may very well be his final formal royal engagement.
The rugby-loving royal’s behind-the-scenes video confirmed him smiling and laughing as he blended with officers on the occasion, serving to with the official draw for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.
He prevented questions about final week’s dramatic Megxit announcement — however made joked with some children as they performed on the palace grounds.
“Take care of the grass although, yeah? In any other case I’ll get in hassle,” he cracked, in accordance to The Solar.