EXCLUSIVE: An entertainment and gaming expert has confirmed Harry won’t be at the Super Bowl and we know the reason why.
Prince Harry was in Las Vegas, Nevada last week to present at the NFL Honors ceremony, and at the time, it was being reported he’d stick around for the Super Bowl.
Since then, there’s been a turn of events, and it’s being said Harry will not be at the big game, instead, back in Montecito, CA, to get ready for his trip to Vancouver, Canada to kick off the 2025 Invictus Games, reports Page Six. Entertainment and gaming expert, Corey Levitan, doubles down, saying, “I trust them,” referring to the American gossip column.
The Vancouver trip has been on the calendar for a few weeks now, but then there was a moment that it wasn’t clear if it would in fact happen, and now, it appears to be a hard yes.
That is a lot of moving parts, but it seems like Harry got it right this time, not to quite loudly celebrate a brute sport when his father is quietly battling cancer.
Harry was just in Las Vegas last week, following his trip to the UK
The Super Bowl will start at 6:30pm EST (11:30pm GMT) and will see the San Francisco 49ers go against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Daily Express US reached out to Corey Levitan, an expert in entertainment and gaming, to ask if Harry’s presence will overshadow game day, with Levitan writing back, saying, “Page Six says they’re not. I trust them.”
Levitan writes for casino.org, which puts a focus on activity in Las Vegas, and now providing insight on Harry’s activity.
Harry enjoys sports, but he also enjoys family time
As of yesterday, Vanity Fair was still coiunting on Harry and Meghan being at the Super Bowl, writing, “Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are rumored to also be in attendance at the Big Game.”
VF is basing it on a GB News report, with the American glossy magazine pointing out, which was unsourced.
Keeping Las Vegas in mind, a city known for gambling, what are the odds of Harry showing up? On one level, it could be considered 50/50, but that doesn’t take into cosideration unknown variables.
Based on the reports, and a dash of standard deviation — a formula used in statistics to determine odds — the likelihood of Harry attending versus staying home is leaning toward 10/90.
Our guesstimate is that he’s home with Meghan, Archie and Lilibet, and picking out clothes for his trip to Vancouver next week.