Prince Harry reportedly shared his feelings during his last military engagement when he attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music at London’s Royal Albert Hall this month.
The source dished the scoop that the 35-year-old royal expressed his regrets to stand down as Captain-General of The Royal Marines and thought that the decision had been forced on him when he entered into negotiations with the British royal family. The source added that he is a genuine guy. He was clearly upset and emotional since this would be one of the last times that he would be in uniform among his men and women. This might be the same sentiment as Prince Harry gave his speech this month. Although he felt very proud to have served as the Royal Marines Captain, he was devastated that he was stepping down because he felt that he was letting people down. Meanwhile, it was the Army which offered the Duke of Sussex his first taste of life away from being a royal. His highest-profile military title is as Captain-General of the Royal Marines. It was a role that was given to him by his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II in December 2017. He succeeded in the role from his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.