"Did you not think yesterday though, when he was with her, I have not seen him look that confident that a bullion for a very long time, it’s the first time she's been with him for a very long time," journalist Carole Malone dished.
"I don't have a lot of time for her. No time. But he was a different guy with her yesterday, and I just thought it was interesting," the broadcaster continued while appearing on Britain's Newsroom.
"But you know, a lot of the people involved in the games are saying his involvement could be proving difficult for them because if he's involved, the rest of the royals are not, and they historically need that," she added.
"They were saying that there's been more chat from the other royals about the Highland Games this year than there has about the Invictus Games."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the majority of the 2023 Invictus Games together, and were frequently photographed embracing and confiding in one another. This contradicted months of reports suggesting the royal rebels were headed for divorce court.
However, not everyone is convinced the body language of the Montecito royals is genuine and authentic. As The Royal Observer previously reported, the couple was accused of "putting on a show" for the cameras to distract from all of their business failures during the second and third quarters of the year.
"Aren't you glad to see it? The Duke and Duchess of Cuddles in Germany for the Invictus Games," the podcaster said. "I mean, they are definitely putting on a show, but I think that it's more than wanting to convince people that there's no problems at home," royal expert Kinsey Schofield told a publication.
The podcaster went on to highlight just how cataclysmic most of 2023 has been when it comes to the California royals' joint career efforts.
"I think that the Invictus Games has become the only credible project that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have," she shared. "They've really got to nurture this event because all of their other professional ventures have failed and on such a global scale."
GBN reported on Malone's comments.