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Prince Harry ‘humiliated’ after Queen Elizabeth’s initials were removed from his military uniform

The prince harry he finally did wear his military uniform during a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II after obtaining special permission from the king Charles III to be able to wear it, but apparently, it could have meant an “insult” for the monarch’s own granddaughter.

Both Harry and his brother, Prince William, wore the Blues and Royals dress uniform number 1 at the request of their father. However, the suit that Prince Harry received from Buckingham Palace did not bear the late queen’s initials “ER”.

William’s uniform, eagle-eyed royal observers noted, sported the cipher on both shoulder pads. Harry didn’t.

“He’s heartbroken,” a friend told the London Sunday Times. “Removing Grandma’s initials from her feels very intentional.”

He was so “devastated”, the friend added, that the prince almost considered putting on a formal suit instead of the military to avoid “humiliation” in public.

For its part, Prince William’s uniform did bear the initials on both shoulder pads.

The prince, who resigned from his royal duties in 2020 and was stripped of his honorary military titles, was initially banned from wearing his military attire, although eventually his father, King Charles III, requested that he wear it.

The prince harry Y Meghan Markle They will not join other members of the royal family at a reception at Buckingham Palace for world leaders who will travel to London to attend the funeral of the Queen isabel II.

As published by the magazine PEOPLEThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex were initially invited to Sunday’s event, although the palace has since now said the reception is exclusively “for active working members of the royal family”.

Hosted by the king Charles III and the queen camilla, the reception will welcome foreign heads of state and official guests who have traveled to London for the state funeral of the late monarch. Some 2,000 people are expected to gather at Westminster Abbey for the event.

The guests will also be received, in addition to the King and Queen, by the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Princess Royal and the Earl and Countess of Wessex.

Reference from peopleenespanol.com

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