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Prince Harry will not be allowed to wear military uniform when he hands out awards to war heroes next week.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, will be attending the Salute to Freedom gala on a warship in New York on November 10 where he will present five medals.

The article goes on to state the following:

Despite serving two tours in Afghanistan with the Army, the veteran will not be able to wear his uniform at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum as he was stripped of his honorary titles.

Harry’s role as Captain-General of the Royal Marines was handed down to him by his grandfather, Prince Philip. The role was stripped away after the prince and his wife, Meghan Markle, made the decision to relinquish their royal duties.

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  1. Could care less Harry & “NutMeg” deserve no special treatment he walked away from his family in Britain.. now he lives in America just live & shut your political pieholrs‼️

  2. As a fellow vet myself, I respect him for his military achievements, but I guess he marrying this career socialite opportunist was more important than his royal military title

  3. He should be allowed to wear the uniform of the rank he actually earned. Veterans DESERVE appreciation and consideration not just political BS. Harry Earned a rank and medals that no one, including his bride can take from him.


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