Min menu


Why Prince Harry may never be ready to wear his wedding outfit again after US move

The Queen gave special permission for the Duke of Sussex to wear his single-breasted uniform made from doeskin when he and Meghan Markle tied the knot back in 2018, but since things things have clearly changed for the royal couple

Prince Harry may never be ready to wear his wedding outfit again publicly after abandoning all his military titles.

READ :  Royal experts suggest Meghan Markle might be close to give birth 'any day now'.

The iconic costume stunned royal fans when he married Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle in 2018.

But the Duke of Sussex's departure from the united kingdom last year means he's not allowed to wear official military dress at any public event, the Daily Star reports.

READ :  Farage on Prince Harry, Meghan Markle leaving royal life: They ‘simply didn't want to try to to the work’

When he and his wife stepped down from official royal duties in March 2020, his honorary titles were also removed.

Harry will, however, still be allowed to wear his military medals, including his Operational Service Medal for service in Afghanistan.

The Prince has already worn medals in America, when he laid a wreath for Remembrance Day in 2020.

Three years ago once we wed Meghan, Hello! magazine claimed the Queen gave special permission for Harry to wear the single-breasted uniform, made from doeskin.

As Captain General of The Royal Marines, the publication says he could have worn a general's outfit, but instead chose to wear a major's uniform.