Prince Harry praises Armed Forces charity on Instagram

Mail Online | 1/20/2020 | Mark Duell for MailOnline;Mark Nicol for The Mail on Sunday
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The Duke of Sussex today praised the Walking With The Wounded charity in an Instagram post, two days after giving up his military titles and patronages.

Prince Harry marked the organisation's tenth birthday as he prepared to jet off to Canada to join his wife Meghan Markle and eight-month-old son Archie.

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The Duke, 35, has supported the charity by going on an expedition to the North Pole in 2011 and trekking across the South Pole with 12 injured servicemen in 2013.

Harry, who announced on January 8 that he is stepping down as a senior royal, also joined wounded veterans for a 1,000-mile walk of Britain in 2015.

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In the SussexRoyal post this morning, Harry shared a series of photographs of him supporting the charity for injured British Armed Forces servicemen and women.

It emerged on Saturday that Harry is being stripped of a number of military roles including Captain General of the Royal Marines, the ceremonial head of the Corps.

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He will also lose Honorary Air Commandant of Royal Air Force Base Honington, and Honorary Commodore-in-Chief of Small Ships and Diving, Royal Naval Command.

Harry will also be barred from wearing his military uniform after stepping back from Armed Forces appointments, although he can still wear his medals at engagements.

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From this spring, he will stop using HRH, spend most of his time living in Canada and pay back the taxpayers' millions spent renovating his Frogmore home with Meghan.

Today's post said: 'Wishing a very happy 10th birthday to Walking With The Wounded (WWTW) charity, staff and everyone who has played their part in supporting injured British Armed Forces servicemen and women over the last decade!

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'The Duke of Sussex, who has played a significant part in the impact made by WWTW, has been able to see first-hand the resilience and strength of those men and women who...
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