Prince Harry Approved To Wear Military Uniform At Queen Elizabeth’s Final Vigil
After a few days of hemming and hawing from Buckingham Palace over protocol, they have reversed their decision to not let Prince Harry wear a military uniform when he stands for Queen Elizabeth II’s final public vigil on Saturday.
Harry was allowed to walk in uniform because of a special request by his father King Charles III, formerly Prince Charles. Prince William will stand at the head of the coffin while Harry will stand at the foot for a fifteen minute vigil in Westminster Hall.
Other royals attending the vigil will be her other grandchildren who are: Zara Tindall, Peter Phillips, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Lady Louise, and James Viscount Severn. Their wardrobe will simply be morning coats and dark dresses.
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