The CEO of Boeing, Dave Calhoun, has suspended Meghan Markle’s trip to Germany to attend the Invictus Games and removed her from the games’ website.

The decision comes after Markle was accused of bullying royal staff while she was still a working member of the royal family. The accusations have been denied by Markle, but they have damaged her reputation.

Calhoun is reportedly concerned that Markle’s presence at the games would be a distraction and could damage Boeing’s reputation. The company is a major sponsor of the games, and it does not want to be associated with any controversy.

Markle was due to attend the games in her capacity as patron of the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. However, she has now been replaced by Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

The removal of Markle from the games’ website has been met with criticism from some people who believe that she is being unfairly targeted. However, others have defended the decision, saying that it is necessary to protect the reputation of the games and Boeing.

The Invictus Games are an international sporting event for wounded, injured, and sick service personnel. They were founded by Prince Harry in 2014.

The games are due to take place in Düsseldorf, Germany from 16 to 22 May 2023.

It remains to be seen whether Markle will be able to attend the games in the future. However, the decision by Boeing to suspend her trip and remove her from the website is a significant setback for her.

The move is a sign that Markle’s reputation is continuing to suffer in the wake of the bullying allegations. It also raises questions about her future role as patron of the Royal Foundation.