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Prince Harry sends powerful message to King Charles and Prince William

Prince Harry counters negative image with powerful statement during brief UK visit

Prince Harry sends powerful message to King Charles and Prince William

Prince Harry sent a powerful message to King Charles, Prince William and the rest of the royal family by opposing the negative image they have created.

The Duke of Sussex arrived in the UK to mark the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games at St Paul’s Cathedral, where he wore his KCVO necklace and star.

According to royal expert Tom Quinn, Harry’s clothing choice was a message to members of the royal family that he is “not the bad boy”, he is “portrayed as being by his father and brother”.

The expert also noted that by wearing his medal he could also tell Charles and William that he “supports the monarchy despite how he feels he is being treated.”

Quinn said The mirror, Harry was seen wearing his Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order medal at St Paul’s Cathedral for the Invictus service. The medal was presented to Harry in 2015 by his late grandmother Elizabeth II for his ‘services returned to the monarchy.”

“Wearing this was Harry’s way of reminding his family that his grandmother appreciated his contribution, even if his father and brother don’t,” he added. “Wearing the KCVO neck and star was also Harry’s way of emphasizing that he is not the bad boy. He is described as such by his father and brother.”

However, Quinn said this may have been Harry’s way of saying “he still supports the monarchy despite how he feels he is being treated.” Perhaps more importantly, wearing the medal is Harry’s way of saying, “You took everything from me, but you can’t take this!” »