Prince Harry will be seen with rock star John Bon Jovi when he returns to New York for a gala in honor of the military.
The Duke of Sussex will be back in the big apple weeks when he and his wife, Meghan, take to the stage to attend their “empty and nauseous” comedian concert.
This time, Harry, the father of two, will appear at the Entropy Wheeler Awards without his wife, hosted on the historic aircraft carrier Interpad.
Five members of the service, ex-servicemen and military families living with “hidden wounds of war” will receive their awards from the Duke at the Salute to Freedom Gala on November 10.
Singer Bon Jovi will also be seen receiving his Lifetime Achievement Award.
The event at the Interpad Sea, Air and Space Museum comes a day before Armistice Day – called Veterans Day in the United States.
Harry, a retired Army Major who made two trips to Afghanistan as Captain Wales, retired from royal duties in March 2020 before he and Meghan moved their family to the United States.
On Friday, February 12, this year, as part of the final separation, the Queen removed three key characters.
He was Captain General of the Royal Marines – entrusted by his late grandfather Prince Philip to the Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Hunnington and Commodore in Chief Small Drones and Diving, Royal Naval Command at Sonfak.
Harry and Meghan returned from a three-day hurricane tour of New York on Saturday.
During the trip, the couple met with officials at the city’s 9/11 memorial, held talks with the United Nations and gathered a crowd in Central Park, calling for a worldwide vaccination campaign.
But he was criticized for using a private jet to fly back home.
It came just hours after taking to the stage in a gig that called for action on climate change – and stricter new environmental laws to halve US emissions by 2030.
“Empty and nauseous”
Harry and Meghan speak at the Star Citizen Global Citizen Live Concert in New York – called “Voxtak”.
Royal writer Penny Junior, 71, told Sun: “I think it’s hypocrisy. I’m sure there were a lot of scheduled flights.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry biographer Angela Lyon said her stage appearance was “nauseous”.
He said: “Harry was like a chair leader, or master of ceremonies, ‘Come on, we want this!’ And the crowd is shouting ‘Yes!’ And Meghan said, ‘This is going to happen.’
“When the fact is that they are not COVID-19 or climate change experts.
“It’s all very empty and superficial, and it’s aimed at the American audience that is ending it all.”
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