Queen Elizabeth Orders No military uniform for royals at Prince Philip’s funeral after debate On whether Prince Harry and Prince Andrew can wear uniforms
Queen Elizabeth II has ordered that no royal is to put on military uniform on the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
Prince Harry had faced different kinds of humiliation lately as he is the only senior male in the royal family who is not going to put on military uniform after he lost his honorary ranks.
36-years Harry was stripped of his 3 military titles when he ended his royal responsibility with Meghan Markles, his wife.
No, the Royal protocol will go thus, the Duke — who had done 2 Afghanistan tours with the Blues and Royals — will only be able wear a suit crested with medals at royal occasion.
Also, a serious debate came up on whether Prince Andrew should be granted to wear his Admiral uniform since he’s implication in the scandal which involved convicted pedophile Jeffrey Eastern.
While Andrew lost most of his charitable clientele, he hasn’t been deprived of his military titles yet, unlike Prince Harry.
Piers Morgan even stepped at some point saying how “shameful” it is and that Prince Andrew should not be allowed to wear an Admiral’s uniform till he responds to the FBI over his alleged connection with Jeffrey Epstein.
Piers Morgan wrote: “His request to be at the funeral as an Admiral when, so far, he has refused to either washed himself off teh allegation or return to public responsibility is totally outrageous.
“He dare ‘demand’ anything when he failed to be interviewed by the FBI about a very serious sex crime investigation?”
Insiders who are among people planning for Saturday’s funeral rite had claimed that the Queen personally weighed in to give a suggestion that all senior male royals should put on suits and ties.
A military source has responded in an interview: “It’s the most absolute way to solve the problem.”