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A 2023 Remembrance Letter From Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex


Today, ahead of Remembrance Sunday, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex shared a letter with the young members of Scotty’s Little Soldiers to offer his support at what can be a proud but emotional time for bereaved military children and young people.

The Duke, who has been involved with the charity since 2017, was recently asked to be its first-ever Global Ambassador. In his new role, The Duke will support Scotty’s Little Soldiers to give a voice to bereaved military children, reach more families in need, and discover potential opportunities for collaboration and growth in the military and veteran community globally.

Charity Founder Nikki Scott said:

“We are really excited Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex is joining Scotty's as a Global Ambassador. He's supported Scotty's for a number of years and having been bereaved as a child himself and having served in the British Armed Forces, including deploying to Afghanistan, Prince Harry resonates with our members. They know he truly understands them and the challenges they face as bereaved military children. The Duke is also able to use his profile to help raise awareness of the charity, meaning that we can reach and support more children and young people who have experienced the death of a parent who served in the British Armed Forces.” 


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