The Sun – Harry can wear a uniform
Harry will be allowed to wear his military uniform for a vigil at the Queen’s coffin, The Sun reports.
It comes after the Duke of Sussex had to wear a suit for Wednesday’s ceremonial procession after he lost his military titles when he stepped down as a senior royal in 2020.
The paper says King Charles has given his son, who served in Afghanistan, special permission to appear in uniform for the 15-minute period of reflection at Westminster Hall.
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Harry will be allowed to wear his military uniform for a vigil at the Queen’s coffin, The Sun reports.It comes after the Duke of Sussex had to wear a suit for Wednesday’s ceremonial procession after he lost his military titles when he stepped down as a senior royal in 2020.
Ivan Toney handed first England call-up by Gareth Southgate for pre-World Cup matches with Dier back and Maguire in
He has been given his first England call-up while Eric Dier is returning to international football. IVAN TONEY But there are no places for Manchester United duo Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford, along with Aston Villa’s Tyrone Mings. Southgate has given Toney, 26, his big chances after his terrific form for Brentford. He scored 14 times last term and has already struck five times this season. The former Newcastle forward, who joined from Peterborough in an initial deal worth £5m in 2020, comes into the squad
Roger Federer RETIRES from tennis at 41 after historic 20 Grand Slam titles due to injuries – with last match next week
He has announced his shock retirement at the age of 41. ROGER FEDERER The Swiss legend won an outrageous 20 Grand Slam titles during his illustrious career. Federer has been sorely hampered by injuries in recent seasons. But the classy tennis ace had been targeting a return to the court – and even vowed to return to Wimbledon one last time before hanging up his racket. However, Federer has now revealed he can no longer keep up with the pace
They WILL be allowed to wear military uniform alongside other royals in a special vigil for the Queen, it has been reported. Harry and Andrew Only working royals are permitted to don their military colours while mourning Her Majesty over the coming days. It means the Duke of Sussex, who quit royal duties back in 2020, and the Duke of York, who was stripped of his titles over his links to convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, have so far worn suits