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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry unlikely to affix Queen for Remembrance Sunday service at Cenotaph

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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry unlikely to join Queen for Remembrance Sunday service at Cenotaph

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.

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