Neither Prince Harry nor Prince Andrew will receive the commemorative medal that will be given to members of the royal family on the platinum anniversary of Queen Elizabeth this year.
According to the Daily Telegraph, the two princes are no longer officially members of the royal family, so they will not receive the commemorative medal that will be awarded on February 6.
The coin will be minted in 400,000 copies and will be available to soldiers, health workers, firefighters and civilians working in prisons as well as members of the royal family and the court.
Among the two princes, Prince Andrew is Queen Elizabeth I got banned last week Titles and positions associated with the royal family. then prince According to press reports, she cried herself. Prince Harry himself gave up on these things in 2019 when he left the royal family and moved to the United States.
Articles in the British press as of this weekend have reported that Prince Andrew and Prince Harry, and even Meghan Markle, could each receive a commemorative medal. This is refuted by the writing of the Telegraph.
Incidentally, a commemorative medal similar to the current one was awarded as early as 1977, 2002 and 2012 to celebrate the Queen’s anniversaries.
The main event in remembrance this year is June 2-5. In between, it’s going to be a long weekend and you can already tell We can expect everything in those four days.
(via Daily Telegraph)
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