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Prince Harry leads UK’s Armistice Day remembrance services

Prince Harry leads UK’s Armistice Day remembrance services

Prince Harry has led the UK’s Armistice Day remembrance services when he lays a wreath at the National Memorial Arboretum on Friday. It is unknown, whether his new girlfriend saw her Prince during the ceremony on 11/11 at 11 o’clock.

Prince Harry (32) attend a service of remembrance at the royal armed forces (RAF) memorial with representatives from the army, navy and RAF. The ceremony honours the 16,000 British servicemen and who have died on duty or as a result of terrorism since 1948. Harry gave a reading during the ceremony before inspecting the names.

UK people know that Armistice Day remembrance services start on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month a shaft of sunlight streams through the walls and illuminates the central bronze wreath sculpture.

Harry is an army officer for 11 years, in the childhood he decided to make an army career, the royal even was deployed twice to Afghanistan. The prince has continued his association with the military since leaving, most notably in his work supporting the nation’s injured, sick and wounded servicemen and women and veterans through a number of projects including his Invictus Games.