The two hosts of the Invictus Games 2023 were formally announced online on Monday, which was when Prince Harry’s most recent exciting news was made public.
More fantastic news about the opening ceremony was revealed in a social media post that featured two black and white images of the hosts. Confirmed: our wonderful hosts. Steven Gätjen and Hadnet Tesfai will guide everyone through the night.
“Hadnet Tesfai is a well-known presenter and DJ who has hosted the opening show of the Berlin Film Festival in addition to having her own TV show, podcast, or radio show.
Steven Gätjen, her counterpart, is a well-known TV personality who hosts programs like “Joko & Klaas gegen Pro7,” “Schlag den Raab,” and the Academy Awards broadcast. The film expert Steven Gätjen hosts his own podcast called “Kino oder Couch,” where he talks about movies, television shows, or his personal life.
The update was well-received by the audience as well; one wrote: “Very good news,” and another added: “Well done!!” Many people included clapping emojis as well to express their delight.
“Is Harry involved at all?” a fan questioned. Another jumped to his defense, writing: “Oh please, Prince Harry is the patron and founder of the Invictus Games and the Invictus Games Foundation, since 2014 so to answer your question, yes he is involved.”
The Duke made a video link appearance in April during an Invictus Games event and thanked the Prime Minister, members of parliament, team Germany, and everyone else in attendance for their support.
He was pictured against a plain white background, dressed in a navy suit, with a plant to one side of him. The royal may have been filming from his $14 million Montecito mansion, but that seems likely given that the couple has a shared office there.
Following some recent unfavorable news for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, there is good news. First off, Meghan’s $20 million podcast deal with Spotify expired.
In a joint statement, Archewell and Spotify expressed their desire to end the series and their pride in the work they had done together.
A representative told HELLO! that “Spotify and Archewell Audio have mutually decided to part ways and are proud of the series we made together.”
Meghan confirmed the news on her website, writing: “I loved getting my hands dirty, staying up late in bed, working on the writing and creative. And I enjoyed having deep, meaningful conversations with my interesting and diverse guests while also having fun and learning from them. It truly has been a labor of love.
After that, it was revealed, according to the Daily Mail, that the Duke and Duchess had attempted and failed to secure a patent and trademark on the term “Archetypes” for their company.
Due to the already-existing company, Archetypes LLC, their application was rejected; however, according to reports, Harry and Meghan’s attorney is requesting more time to revise the application in an effort to get it approved.