Harry did not wear ‘ER’ initials on wedding uniform says expert

Prince Harry: Levin discusses not having ER on his uniform

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Prince Harry was reportedly “heartbroken” after ER initials were removed from the shoulder of the military uniform he wore at a vigil held during the Queen’s lying-in-state on Saturday night. However, responding to reports, Angela Levin, royal expert and author of Harry: Conversations with a Prince, said the initials were also absent from his attire at his wedding to Meghan Markle in 2018.

Speaking to Sky presenter Kay Burley about Prince Harry’s uniform row, Ms Levin claimed it was “petty”.

She claimed: “He didn’t have it when he got married.”

She added: “There were pictures of him wearing the same outfit when he got married.

“He didn’t have it then.”

The Sunday Times quoted a friend of the Duke who described him as “heartbroken” and “devastated” to find, when he received his uniform from Buckingham Palace, that his grandmother’s ‘ER’ initials had been removed.

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Meghan and Harry arrived in the UK on September 3.

The initial reason for their visit was to attend various events for charities “close to their hearts”.

Following the news that the Queen had died, the couple cancelled their appearance at the WellChild Awards in London.

On September 8, like all members of the Royal Family, Harry travelled to Balmoral.

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Prince Harry and Meghan were both in attendance at the Queen’s state funeral on September 19.

In Westminster Abbey, the couple were seated in the second row, behind King Charles III.

The first row was occupied with the late Queen’s four children, their spouses, the Prince and Princess of Wales and their two eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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