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‘Common sense prevailed’ Prince Harry to wear military uniform for Queen’s Vigil

‘Common sense prevailed’ Prince Harry to wear military uniform for Queen’s Vigil

Prince Harry will wear his military uniform on Friday evening, September 16, in a special tribute to the Queen.

The Duke of Sussex has received special permission to wear his military colors at a state vigil hosted by Her Majesty’s grandchildren at Westminster Hall, The Mirror reveals.

The Queen’s eight grandchildren, including Harry and his brother Prince William, will stand tomorrow night in silence for a 15-minute vigil alongside Her Majesty’s coffin.

Harry, who served in the British Army for a decade including two tours in Afghanistan, had been at the center of a row over whether he would be allowed to wear his Blues and Royals uniform.

Palace officials reportedly intervened after it emerged that her uncle Prince Andrew, who is no longer a working royal, had been given special permission to wear his uniform during a vigil at the Queen’s coffin assisted tonight by his four children, despite having been banned earlier. ceremonial events.

A royal source said: “Common sense prevailed.

“It was a ridiculous situation considering the Duke of Sussex has served his country and is a highly respected member of the armed forces with all he has done for veterans.

“It’s important that the Queen’s grandchildren all feel welcome and comfortable as they mourn their beloved grandmother together.”

The Queen’s other grandchildren, including Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Zara and Peter Philips and Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn are also expected to be part of the honor guard tomorrow evening.

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