In a surprise appearance at the Texas Rodeo event on Saturday, March 5, Duke of Sussex - Prince Harry was seen engaging in conversations with the crowd at the stockyards Rodeo event that was held in Forth Worth.
The Prince was seen channelling his inner cowboy as he rocked a cowboy hat, matching the color of his shirt. Meanwhile, his wife, the Duchess of Sussex - Meghan Markle, who is an animal rights activist, was nowhere to be seen.
As per the latest reports, the attendees recognized Harry at the event and were equally shocked by his appearance and the absence of Meghan Markle who is known to be a staunch animal rights activist. She reportedly convinced Harry to quit his much-loved hobby of hunting back in early 2018.
Royal expert and Journalist Omid Scobie shared an image of Prince Harry during his visit to the Rodeo and captioned it, "Living his best American life." Scobie added, "Prince Harry was in Fort Worth, Texas this weekend and spent Saturday at the historic @cowtowncoliseum for the famous @StockyardsRodeo. The duke was spotted by locals enjoying some good ol’ Southern hospitality and a VIP tour of the venue."
The former bull rider turned trainer - Cory Melton shared a video that has now been taken down. He claimed that Harry made a crack about his ability to compete at the Rodeo.
The post read, "Prince Harry hanging out at the rodeo this week... We get a lot of rodeo royalty but this is the first prince I've seen." He added, "Said he was going to enter the bull riding but the airline lost his rigging bag…."
Twitter users said, "Omg the bitter, salty quotes, I cannot even. I am positively howling. Some of y’all need to get a grip. Good for Harry. This is what his mother always wanted for herself, she’d be so happy & proud."
Another added, "Our beloved Prince is free, happy and living his best life! God bless him, MAL& Doria. No horrible, nasty, mean, verbal invasions, bullying and unnecessary cruel and harsh attacks❤🥰"
Image Source: Twitter/Omid Scobie