Monday, 13 November 2017

Prince Harry broke military rules by wearing a beard while on official duty on Remembrance Sunday

The 33 year old broke military rules by wearing a beard while on official duty on Remembrance Sunday.
Prince Harry arrived at the Cenotaph in London with his prominent ginger facial hair on full display.
And his fellow servicemen were said to be disappointed by the royal’s decision, with a serving member in the elite cavalry regiment saying: "Prince Harry is letting us all down.

"There’s no place for beards in the Queen’s cavalry. He should have shaved it off for such an important day." British Army rules forbid beards, except for a few circumstances, such as strong religious reasons for retaining facial hair.
Meghan Markle's boyfriend left the army in 2015, after serving for ten years and twice being deployed to Afghanistan. While he now concentrates on his charity work and other Royal duties, he would be expected to adhere to military regulations when he puts his uniform back on.

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