By Adeleye Kunle
Piers Morgan has reacted after it was revealed that Prince Harry will not be allowed to wear military uniform during the Queen’s funeral proceedings but an exception will be made for Prince Andrew.
Piers, who is critical of Prince Harry and Meghan, spoke for the first time in support of Harry.
He wrote: “I’m not a fan of Prince Harry, to put it mildly. I think his behaviour since quitting Britain and royal duty has been appallingly selfish, greedy, and damaging to the monarchy.
“But one thing I will never begrudge him is the right to be properly respected for his military service which included two tours of Afghanistan.
Prince Harry?s a selfish brat but if disgraced Andrew is allowed to wear uniform to honour the Queen then so should he – Piers Morgan
“And I don’t think it’s right that he has been banned from wearing his uniform at events to commemorate the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
“I know the ‘rules’ say he can’t because only working royals can wear uniforms. But there are times when such protocol and rules need to be torn up, and common sense applied, and this is one of them.
“Especially when Harry’s disgraced uncle Prince Andrew will apparently be permitted to wear HIS uniform at Her Majesty’s lying-in-state vigil which starts today.
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