Prince Harry has been a beloved member of the British royal family for many years, but in 2020, he stepped down from his royal duties and is now considered a non-working royal. As a result, he is no longer allowed to wear his military uniform and is not permitted to salute as other working members of the royal family do.
Prince Harry served for close to a decade in the British armed forces, rising to the rank of Captain in the Army Air Corps. During his service, he was awarded several medals for his bravery and dedication to duty. His service in the military was highly praised and respected, and he was often seen wearing his military uniform with pride.
However, since he stepped down from his royal duties, Prince Harry is no longer allowed to wear his military uniform. This is because the British military has a strict policy that only serving members of the armed forces are allowed to wear their uniforms. As a non-working royal, Prince Harry is no longer considered a serving member of the military and is therefore not allowed to wear his uniform.
In addition, Prince Harry is also not permitted to salute as other working members of the royal family do. This is because saluting is a sign of respect and loyalty to the British monarchy, and as a non-working royal, Prince Harry is not considered to be a part of the monarchy.
Prince Harry’s service in the British armed forces was highly praised and respected, and his decision to step down from his royal duties was a difficult one. Although he is no longer allowed to wear his military uniform or salute, he will always be remembered for his dedication to duty and bravery during his time in the military.