Prince Harry barred from having Queen’s ‘ER’ initials on his army uniform
Prince Harry was “devastated to search out that Queen Elizabeth II’s “ER” initials had been faraway from the shoulder of his army uniform when he wore it to face historic vigil at his late grandmother’s coffin on Saturday.
The Duke of Sussex wore his Blues and Royals uniform at King Charles III’s request for the primary time since 2020 as he stood vigil round the late Queen’s coffin.
However, Meghan’s hubby’s uniform was noticeably lacking the late monarch’s ER initials, which appeared on the shoulders of the Prince of Wales and the disgraced Duke of York’s uniforms.
In response to the Sunday Instances, Harry was “devastated” by the change and thought of carrying his mourning go well with as a substitute to keep away from “humiliation”.