Freshly, Prince Harry visited a Pearl Harbor commemorative for Veterans; Prince Harry paid tribute on Veterans Day with an honorary statement along with the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.
Prince Harry shows ‘Respectful’ Sign
According to the People magazine, Dan Conover, who was also touring the USS Arizona with his family, said that the Duke of Sussex was “very respectful and courteous” during his visit. The observers revealed, “I moved out of his way because he’s royalty; I figured I’d let him do his thing. Basically, he gave me a greeting. He was very respectful and courteous, and nice. I moved out of his way, and he patted me on the back and said, ‘You’re all good, mate.’ It was a simple interaction, but he was very nice, courteous, and respectful.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Praising Message
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also released a new photo to pay tribute with an amateur statement on their Archewell Foundation website on Veterans Day. The couple faced military staff in the black and white picture taken by photographer Chris Allerton.
According o the statement, Prince said, “On this Veterans Day and Remembrance Day, we honor service members worldwide. These brave men and women and their families have made tremendous sacrifices and embody duty and service.”
Prince Harry also wrote a letter to military children who lost their parents on Remembrance Day as he spoke about understanding their pain and grief, having lost a parent.