Prince Harry has got some exciting new responsibilities from Kensington Palace

Rebelander Basilan
Apr 24, 2018
07:02 P.M.
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The 33-year-old Prince has been assigned a new responsibility and it is going to be such a huge privilege.


Prince Harry and his American fiancee Meghan Markle have been busy planning for their big day as of late.

The couple's wedding is going to be the “biggest wedding of the year," according to Faith Family America.

They will be tying the knot on May 19, 2018, at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

Prior to the forthcoming royal nuptials, Harry has also been busy performing his royal duties, most of which already involves the former Suits actress.


The loved-up pair, who announced their engagement in November 2017, made a number of appearances for royal events such as the charity fair in December 2017.

They have also attended the first annual Royal Foundations Forum with Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, this year.

Aside from that, on April 5, 2018, Kensington Palace made a special announcement on Twitter about Harry regarding one of his royal responsibilities.


Harry will become the Patron of “Walk of America,” which is an event hosted by Walking with the Wounded, an organization that supports wounded veterans.

‘Prince Harry is to become Patron of 'Walk Of America', the latest expedition from the armed forces charity 'Walking with the Wounded' and will formally launch the expedition at an event in London on Wednesday, 11 April," the Kensington Palace wrote.

The charity’s website stated that a group of six wounded veterans, composed of three representatives each from the United States and the United Kingdom, will walk 1,200 miles in 14 weeks from coast to coast in America.


The expedition will begin in June and will end in September 2018. The funds that will be raised by the big event will go to the veterans, the world’s heroes.

Harry became known all over the world that he holds the Armed Forces close to his heart. He served in the Army for ten years. In fact, he was declared as Captain and he had served two tours in Afghanistan.

Several news outlets have reported that members of the Armed Forces will be going to Harry and Meghan's wedding.