Prince Harry called Sunday a “moment of honor and hope.”

Prince Harry called Sunday a “moment of reverence and hope” as he recalled the pain of being shot in Afghanistan and the pain of lost comrades.

  • Prince Harry, who spent 10 years in the armed forces, spoke on the Disclosure Podcast
  • He talked about the experience and said he was grateful for his relationship with the veterans
  • In previous years the Duke of Sussex marked the day with a visit to Sinotaf

The Duke of Sussex emphasized the importance of remembering Sundays when attending military podcasts on the occasion of the event.

Prince Harry, who spent 10 years in the armed forces, described the day as a “moment of honor and hope” in an interview with Declassified Podcast.

He said: ‘Remembering, remembering is a deep work of honor. This is how we preserve the legacy of an entire generation and express our gratitude for the sacrifices they have made to be able to live our lives today. “

In previous years, the Duke marked this day by visiting the Field of Remembrance of Sinotaf and Westminster Abbey.

Prince Harry cried his Apache during a 12-hour shift on a British-controlled flight in 2012 at Camp Bashan in southern Afghanistan.

Prince Harry, who spent 10 years in the armed forces, described the day as a “moment of honor and hope” in an interview with Declassified Podcast.

Harry also shared his experiences during the podcast and said he was grateful for his relationship with the veterans, saying coming together was ‘like meeting an older partner’.

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He added: ‘I wore poppies to recognize those who served; I don’t know the soldiers I knew, as well as them.

‘The soldiers who were by my side in Afghanistan, whose lives were changed forever, and they did not return to the country.

‘I wear it to celebrate the courage and determination of all our elders and their loved ones, especially those in our Invitas family.

‘These are the people and moments I remember when I salute, when I stand in meditation and when I lay a wreath at the synopsis.’

In previous years, the Duke marked the day by visiting the Cenotaph (pictured) and Westminster Abbey memorial sites.

In previous years, the Duke marked the day by visiting the Cenotaph (pictured) and Westminster Abbey memorial sites.

Harry created the Invictus Games in 2014 for injured, injured or sick armed service personnel and athletes from around the world to compete in a variety of sports.

Due to the entire lockdown in England and other restrictions across the UK, Sunday commemoration services this year were widely affected by the epidemic.

The UK Government has encouraged councils to ensure that memorials are held this year in short, completely outside and in front of a limited number.

The Duke of Sussex, who now lives in the United States with his wife Meghan and their son Archie, said: ‘When we can’t all be together, we always remember together.’

In the podcast, which records stories from the military community, Duke also talked about his own service, which included two trips to Afghanistan.

He said: ‘When I ask about this period of my life when I draw from memory, I draw from what I think and who I remember.

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‘The first time we were shot and who I was with, we were the casualties and we saved them. And in competition with the first intermediate period we came out of contact.

‘Always serve once, whatever.

‘Being able to wear my uniform, to stand in the service of my country, these are among the greatest honors of life.

‘To me, the uniform is a symbol of something bigger, a symbol of our commitment to protecting our country as well as our values.

‘These values ​​are enforced with service, and service that occurs in silence and chaos.’

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