PRINCE Harry was finally allowed to wear his military uniform tonight as he guarded the Queen’s coffin.
The Duke of Sussex joined the Queen’s grandchildren for a moving vigil at Westminster Hall this evening, where Her Majesty lies in state. Harry was initially banned from donning his military colours to mourn the monarch after he was stripped of his royal duties after Megxit.
But King Charles granted the Afghan war veteran, who has ten years’ military experience, special permission to do so for the 15-minute vigil tonight.
Harry joined his brother, the Prince of Wales, and their six cousins for the poignant period of reflection.