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Prince Harry and Walker Family Events Foundation


Exiled thousands of miles from the United Kingdom, Prince Harry continues to be committed to veterans and their families. Seen in jeans sneakers on November 13 in Los Angeles, the Duke of Sussex volunteered to help pack and distribute food parcels. Even if it means provoking the Crown once again.

Prince Harry persists and signs: he will not give up helping the veterans. Casual, in jeans sneakers and a cap on his head, the Duke of Sussex was seen on the streets of Los Angeles supporting the Walker Family Events Foundation. Rolling up his sleeves, Charles’ youngest son helped pack and distribute food parcels for the veterans and their families. A photo of Prince Harry was published on the association’s Instagram account.


“Today I had the honour of meeting and working alongside Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. He joined us as a volunteer at Compton VFW for the Operation Nourish program, packaging and distributing food to our Compton neighbors. He is very humble and kind,” the cliché goes on to say. An initiative of Prince Harry’s, which, while laudable, could further weaken his relationship with the Royal Family, or worse, be seen as yet another affront by the Queen.

Already on November 8, Prince Harry had decided to override the monarch’s decisions. As he was no longer an active member of the royal family, he had not been invited to Remembrance Day, a tribute to veterans which he attended every year. A heartbreak for the former soldier who was later refused a wreath to be laid in his name. Defying the Crown, the man who had served nearly 10 years in the British Army had therefore decided to organize his own tribute ceremony in Los Angeles.

To all who have served and are serving

Accompanied by his wife Meghan Markle, he had visited the Los Angeles National Cemetery with poppies and medals hanging on the lapel of his suit jacket. With a grave grave, the man who fought in Afghanistan carefully placed a wreath on an obelisk in the cemetery where a plaque bears the inscription In memory of the men who gave their lives in defence of their country. Flowers accompanied by a note signed by his hand: “To all who have served and are serving. Thank you.”

It was a small, private ceremony, which must have been quite upsetting to the royal family. Decidedly, the Megxit never ceases to have painful consequences on the life of Prince Harry. But the man who had the Invictus Games at heart doesn’t intend to stop his commitment to the veterans any time soon. A dangerous game.

Indeed, Prince William’s brother could be definitively forced to give up his military titles at the end of the Megxit transition period in March 2021. A new hard blow that he would have a hard time digesting.

Photo credits: Backgrid USA / Bestimage

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