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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle share heartfelt photo for touching reason

On Friday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle posted a deeply moving image in remembrance of Veterans Day and Remembrance Day.

The husband and wife team posted a touching photo of themselves in front of military officers holding flags while they were at the Invictus Games in The Hague earlier this year on their joint website, Archwell.


Harry and Meghan shared the touching image on Archwell © Chris Allerton


In addition to the heartfelt photo, the couple also shared a message. “We honor servicemembers around the world on this Veterans Day and Remembrance Day,” it stated.

“These courageous men and women, along with their families, have given much and are the epitome of duty and service. The Invictus Games Foundation, The Mission Continues, Team Rubicon, Scotty’s Little Soldiers, and The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation are just a few of the organizations we are proud to partner with to support veterans and military families. I appreciate your service, both now and always.


Prince Harry served for ten years
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Veterans Day is observed every year on November 11 in the US, the same day that Remembrance Day is observed in the UK. Veterans Day, which began at the end of World War I, is a federal holiday in the United States that honors military veterans of the American armed forces.

Harry and Meghan honored the poignant occasion by closing their office as well as paying a moving tribute, as stated in their out-of-office email response.

The message states, “In observance of Veteran’s Day and Remembrance Day, our office is closed Friday, November 11.”


Prince Harry served for ten years
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Prince Harry served as a Captain in the British Army, so he has a special affection for the Remembrance Day holiday. The Duke served in the military for ten years, serving twice in Afghanistan’s front lines.

The two traveled specially to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey last year to honor Veteran’s Day. In addition to hosting a luncheon for service members and their spouses, Meghan and Harry met with military personnel from all six branches during their visit.

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