Prince Harry‘s request to have a wreath laid to pay respect to fallen servicemen and women during Sunday’s (November 8) Remembrance Day in England was denied by Buckingham Palace. The request was denied because he is “no longer representing the monarchy.”
A source close to Prince Harry told People that he “understands that he doesn’t have the same formal role in the family as he used to. But he was saddened and disappointed by the decision.”
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan found a way to honor those fallen in their own way across the pond in California.