The reason why Prince Harry is barred from wearing his militarly uniform for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral events

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As the british institution has stablished, as a non-working member of the royal family, the Duke of Sussex will not be permitted to wear military garments at any of the five traditional events leading up to the late monarch's funeral, including the final vigil which will take place in Westminster Hall on September 19th. 

It is a shame because Harry spent 10 years in the Army, back to his problematic coming of age years, rising to the rank of Captain and undertaking two tours in Afghanistan in 2013. The Duke continues to work with fellow servicemen, sponsoring support for wounded women and men as they adjust to life post-injury.

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What makes it even worse for Harry is that, although he has been barred from sporting the military gear, his uncle Prince Andrew (who is also a non-working member of the royal family) has been granted permission to wear his military uniform, which would mean an unfair treatment to the former Prince of England.  

Nevertheless, we have no doubt Prince Harry will raise to the ocassion and pay his respects to his grandmother late Queen Elizabeth II, even if he has to be dressed as the civilian he is now, between the royal family with just a suit and tie, as we are used to seeing him now anyway. He and the Duchess of Sussex will not disappoint.  

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Earier on last week, the now Duke of Sussex made a personal statement folllowing Queen Elizabeth II's death: “Granny, while this final parting brings us great sadness, I am forever grateful for all of our first meetings, from my earliest childhood memories with you, to meeting you for the first time as my Commander-in-Chief…"

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