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Prince Harry feels 'deep regret' over his part in D-Day commemorations, royal expert reveals

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Prince Harry is believed to have found this year's D-Day commemorations a 'bittersweet experience', according to a royal expert.The Duke of Sussex, who stepped back from royal duties in 2020 including his patronage to the military, is said to harbour "deep regrets" that he wasn't able to participate in the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landing in Normandy this week.Royal author and expert Tom Quinn exclusively told the Mirror: "The one time in Harry's life when he felt he was admired for his own abilities and not just for being a member of the royal family was during his time in the military.

Military service gave him more satisfaction and happiness than anything other than meeting Meghan and having children. He will have certainly been aware of everything that took place on D-Day and deeply regretted that he was not able to be part of it." He continued: "Seeing the other senior Royals attend the D-Day commemorations will have been a bittersweet experience for Harry on the one hand huge relief that by not being there he's avoided the horrendous difficulties of meeting and greeting members of his family with whom he has fallen out so badly.

On the other hand, he will have hated not being able to attend an event that means so much to anyone who has served in the armed services.

The truth is Harry feels more affinity with the military than he feels with his family."Get the latest news sent straight to your messages by joining our WhatsApp community today.You'll receive daily updates on breaking news as well as the top headlines across Scotland.No one will be able to see who is signed up and no one can send messages except the Daily Record team.All you have to do is click here if you're on mobile, select 'Join Community' and

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