Prince Harry's alleged motive behind accepting Pat Tillman Award

The Duke's decision to accept the Pat Tillman Award is part of a bigger plan, claims royal insider.

Pop Culture & Art July 11, 2024

Prince Harry's decision to accept the Pat Tillman Award for Service at tonight’s ESPYs is part of a broader strategy to reshape the Sussex brand, according to royal expert Kinsey Schofield. 

Speaking on her show, "Kinsey Schofield Unfiltered," she stated, "The reality is this is all part of a bigger plan and that plan is to change public perception. This is huge for the Sussex brand." 

Schofield suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aim to present themselves as martyrs, a tactic she believes is central to their strategy.

During the awards ceremony, Harry is expected to deliver a speech. Schofield expressed her hopes, saying, "I hope that he says this is not an award for me but one for the Invictus Games." 

However, she doubts the Duke of Sussex will acknowledge the royal foundation and others who played crucial roles in creating the Invictus Games, claiming he has "little to no actual skills."

This move, Schofield argues, is designed to enhance the Sussex brand’s public image.


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