King Charles’ touching gesture to Prince Harry

On Saturday, King Charles III will preside over a vigil that will be held in honor of the late Queen, and he has granted permission for Prince Harry to wear his military uniform at the service.

According to sources inside the royal family, King Charles III was the sole decision-maker in the matter of whether or not to let the Duke of Sussex wear the uniform of his Blues and Royals regiment.

It has been brought to HELLOattention !’s that the decision to alter the ruling was taken independently of Harry’s participation. The grandfather of two was ready to comply with his grandmother’s demands and dress in a suit or uniform of her choosing when she asked him to do so.

Following the passing of his grandmother, the Duke of Sussex was seen attending official engagements dressed in a manner consistent with a member of the general public. This led to the disclosure that he is no longer a member of the functioning royal family.

The monarch was instructed to wear a morning suit for the Queen’s parade that took place on Wednesday, despite the fact that he had previously served as an officer in the Army.

Prince William and Prince Harry followed the casket of the deceased monarch as it made its way from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall. They did so in a gesture of solidarity by walking side by side as they followed the casket.

All eight of the Queen’s grandchildren will take part in the moving ceremony that will take place on Saturday. As a sign of respect, they will stand in silence for fifteen minutes around their grandmother while paying their respects to her.

The Prince of Wales will take his place at the head of the line, and the Duke of Sussex is anticipated to take his place at the foot of the line.

William will be accompanied by his cousins Zara Tindall and Peter Philips, who are the children of the Princess Royal, while Harry will attend with the Duke of York’s daughters Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. The children of the Princess Royal are William’s aunt and uncle.

This past week was undoubtedly challenging for Prince Harry, who turned 38 on Thursday and had a birthday celebration on Thursday as well. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to prolong their visit to the United Kingdom in order to be present for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday. As a result, they are currently separated from their two children, Archie and Lilibet.

During the 20-minute ceremony that was held on Wednesday, the Archbishop of Canterbury showed evident signs of the emotional toll that mourning the loss of his grandmother had taken on him. When Harry looked across at the casket where the Queen was laid to rest, he had a somber expression on his face and appeared to be quite distressed.

As they left Westminster Hall, Meghan could be seen visibly showing her support by clutching her husband’s hand and walking hand in hand with Prince Harry.


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