Prince Harry writes to his Ghanaian veteran to congratulate him for his fundraising efforts

Prince Harry applauded the veteran for undertaking the challenging task for a good cause.

“I imagine this is not an easy task even for younger 95 years old,” he wrote to Hammond and seen by CNN.

“However, given the service and devotion you have shown throughout your life, it will not surprise me that you will face such a challenge and want to walk even more miles!”

The 95-year-old war veteran follows Tom Moore's footsteps to raise money for frontline workers.

CNN said, “He is a veteran and I am a veteran. I sat quietly and thought about his achievements and thought of his achievements. If he did in England, I could do it myself at the age of 95.” time.

Hammond and Moore fought in Myanmar, later known as Burma in World War II. Hammond fought alongside the British army, saying that he served as a mechanic in the army, to which he was attached to the 3rd Gold Coast regiment as an infantry.

Prince Harry said that a person with success has put a “good example to the world” to the importance of serving society.

Last year, during a celebration for Commonwealth soldiers in the UK, Hammond met with members of the Royal Family, including the Queen and her beloved Prince Harry. CNN said, “This man, especially Prince Harry, also stuck myself to him because he was a soldier, went to Afghanistan and talked about my military battalion. We exchanged ideas. It was great.”

Reminding the meeting, Prince Harry said in his letter that meeting veteran was “an honor and a pleasure”. “It was an honor and pleasure to meet you at the Memorial Site in London last year, and Meghan and I send you our warmest wishes.”

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