Prince Harry will act his royal duties by laying a wreath at the Cenotaph in London on November 8 as he represents at the Remembrance Sunday service.
The young prince will follow Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh in the central London ceremony to honor those who have died in battle.
Aside from laying a wreath, which he practiced at St James’ Palace, Prince Harry will also pen a handwritten note remembering the fallen.
At the ceremony at the weekend the 25-year-old will wear his blue and scarlet uniform of an officer in the Household Cavalry Division. Perhaps laying his father’s wreath suggested that he is being prepared for more high profile public duties.