It is very unlikely that Duke of Sussex Prince Harry and his spouse Meghan Markle will be a part of Queen Elizabeth and the royal household for Remembrance Sunday service on November 8 as he’s ‘no longer a working royal’.
The Sun, citing the palace sources, reported that Prince Harry, who stepped down as senior royal earlier this 12 months, can’t be a part of his household for subsequent month’s Remembrance Sunday service on the Cenotaph as he’s not a working royal.
Although, full poppy parade honouring Britain’s struggle lifeless has been cancelled this 12 months due to coronavirus pandemic, nevertheless, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth will attend a ‘close door’ service the place Prince Charles, Prince William, Princess Anne, Kate Middleton and a small group of veterans can be current.
Prince Harry, who can also be a former Army officer, gained’t be capable to attend in a royal capability as he’s ‘no longer a working royal’.
However, the report additional says ‘Harry would be capable to attend in his capability as a former soldier who served his nation nicely in Afghanistan” if he returns to UK.