Prince Harry shows off ridiculous orange outfit in new video

Prince Harry shows off his very creative outfit as he jokes with the Netherlands team for a promotional Invictus Games video

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Prince Harry shows off his bright orange outfit as he promotes the upcoming Invictus Games and learns Dutch with the team from the Netherlands.

Prince Harry is the founder of the Invictus Games, an international sporting event for wounded, injured, and sick veterans and service people. Although the 2020 Games were scheduled to take place in The Hague in May 2020, the event has now been postponed to April 2022.

In promotion of this new event, the Duke wore an entirely orange outfit, complete with orange sunglasses and fedora, that he revealed at the end of a promotional video where he chatted to the Netherlands team who attempted to teach him some Dutch phrases.

The post revealing this hilarious video read, "Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, is getting ready for the Netherlands with some Dutch lessons."

"We look forward to giving him a warm welcome in #TheHague. As we all prepare for The Games, our thoughts are with Team Ukraine, as well as their friends & family. #InvictusGames"

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In the video, Prince Harry spoke to Jelle van der Steen, Wouter Bakker, Fenna Geugjes, and Alina Zoet from the Netherlands team. The group joked as they practiced short phrases, discussed stroopwaffle, and then laughed as the Prince revealed his all-orange outfit. 

The outfit paid tribute to the color commonly associated with the Netherlands and showed Prince Harry's commitment to this event, even if it means he has to poke fun at himself. 

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The 2020 Invictus Games begins on Saturday, April 16, 2022, and will end on Friday, April 22, 2022.

Although he will be going to the Netherlands for this event, it was confirmed that Prince Harry has 'snubbed the Queen' as it's confirmed he won't return to UK for Prince Philip's memorial service in late March.

This comes after reports that Prince Harry fears he's 'not safe' in the UK because of 'inherited risk' and would not feel comfortable returning to the UK without adequate police protection.

The service later this month will remember the Duke of Edinburgh's life and pay tribute to his memory, as Prince Philip died at age 99 almost a year ago at Windsor Castle on April 9, 2021.

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