Prince Harry will now be permitted to pay an unique tribute by donning his uniform from the military at Queen Elizabeth II’s final vigil. The Duke of Sussex will attend a special vigil this Saturday. He will be dressed in his military uniform, according to Page Six. He had previously been refused permission to wear the uniform during Queen’s funeral.
The Queen’s eight grandchildren, including Princes William and Harry, are scheduled to stand by their grandmother’s casket on Saturday night for a 15-minute vigil. Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Zara and Peter Philips, Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn, and their relatives will all be accompanying them. It is unknown at this time if Prince Harry would also dress in uniform for the funeral on Monday.
Prince Harry didn’t requested permission to wear the outfit
Page Six was told by a source that it wasn’t Harry who requested permission to wear the outfit. The source revealed that, “He was simply prepared to wear whatever his grandmother made plans for. He’s focused on honouring her and that’s it. If they’d like him in uniform, I have no reason to think that he won’t oblige.”
Previously, in response to being prohibited from donning the uniform, “His decade of military service is not determined by the uniform he wears. We respectfully ask that focus remain on the life and legacy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.” Prince Harry was observed crying during the recent Westminster Hall funeral service as he lamented the passing of his grandmother.
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