Prince Harry has closed the Dusseldorf Invictus Games with a speech that some have interpreted as a veiled dig at the British royal family.
Harry told the audience of competitors – comprising injuries military personnel – “A week ago I stood here and told you about the significance of being able to wear your nations flag again. “So many of you have told me that hit you right here.
For many of you the uniform you’ve been wearing this past week will give you a new story to tell. “And for others it may give your old uniform new meaning. “But I’m here to remind you that after all of this, you don’t need to rely on a uniform, nor should you feel lost without one.
Because everything you need is already within you.” Keen-eyed observers in the UK media have interpreted his words as a subtle dig at the Royal Family’s decision to not allow Harry to wear his military uniform at either his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in September 2022, or at his father King Charles Coronation in May this year.Read more on deadline.com