May 23, 2022

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Prince Harry speaks to Maori today to launch a new project in New Zealand

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Prince Harry will make a major announcement tonight about launching his new project in New Zealand.

Details of the new project will be revealed during an exclusive interview with Mona and Te Ao on Maori TV in New Zealand.

In the preview of an interview, Prince Harry said he would share details about the ‘new’ Kaubaba‘. Kaubaba is the Maori word for work that is considered in principle and for the common good.

Host Mona Maniaboto said she hoped Prince Harry’s news would “trigger a debate” among viewers.

Harry is known to love New Zealand, and he and Megan reportedly stayed in Canada for a while and actively discussed settling there when the Blue-chip left the Royals before moving to Los Angeles. Details of the project to be announced are kept confidential.

But Maniabodo said the prince’s new plan was inspired by Maori values கைடியாகிட்டாங்கIt translates as ‘safety and security’.

“Given our history, it’s interesting to hear someone from the royal family talk about Maori values, but given the current discussions about having Maori values ​​at the forefront of decision making and relationships,” he said.

‘We are ready to talk to anyone … whether we accept it or not, especially anything that resonates with our values, especially Maori. We talk about the corona every week. I hope we will conduct an interview later to unravel that relationship between the Maoris and the Crown.

The prince’s reputation in New Zealand exploded after his arrival in 2015, learning the haka in 20 minutes and reading a speech in Maori.

Prince Harry will make a major announcement tonight about plans to launch outside New Zealand.

Prince Harry will make a major announcement tonight about plans to launch outside New Zealand.

Maori TV presenter Mona Maniaboto says Prince Harry's news will spark a debate when it airs in New Zealand tonight.

Maori TV presenter Mona Maniaboto says Prince Harry’s news will spark a debate when it airs in New Zealand tonight.

Prince Harry, who served in the British Army, learned Army Haqqa along with his fellow soldiers when he visited the country in 2015.

Prince Harry, who served in the British Army, learned Army Haqqa along with his fellow soldiers when he visited the country in 2015.

Prince Harry returned to New Zealand with Megan Markle in 2018 and they discussed going there.

Prince Harry returned to New Zealand with Megan Markle in 2018 and they discussed going there.

Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Te Papaiouru Marae on October 31, 2018 in Rotorua, New Zealand

Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Te Papaiouru Marae on October 31, 2018 in Rotorua, New Zealand

In 2018, he returned to New Zealand with Prince Megan Markle.

The couple discussed going there according to the Queen’s representative in the country.

It has been more than a year since they retired from government service and moved to the United States.

Former Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy recalled saying, “It is imaginable to live in a place like this,” and questioned whether this was “theoretically possible”.

He said in an interview with the Associated Press: “They were looking at how to raise their family.

“And obviously they have made some decisions.”

Harry and Megan shocked the world in January 2020 when they announced their intention to step down from their top state roles, become financially independent and spend more time in North America.

Dame Patsy, 67, recalls the couple’s trip to New Zealand: “I remember we went to Abel Tasman National Park when we sat down and drank.

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“They said they could imagine living in a place like this, and wondered if we thought it was theoretically possible. They might even get a place in New Zealand.

‘Of course, we,’ of course. will be good’. There are many opportunities to live in New Zealand, but it is something they should explore.

The discussion suggests that the couple is considering options outside the UK within six months of getting married, before they finally move to the United States.

Dame Patsy said it was not a formal request for help, but an informal discussion of the couple’s future hope.

He said they were inspired by access to foreigners and their contacts with New Zealanders.

In a widely seen interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, Harry and Megan said they would like to step back into real life in a Commonwealth country like South Africa or New Zealand.

Dame Patsy said he had seen the interview but did not want to comment on internal royal family matters.

“I thought they were a beautiful couple and I hope they have a better future where they are,” he said.