A statement from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reads, “These courageous men and women, and their families, have made significant sacrifices and represent responsibility and service.”
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry honor Veterans Day and Remembrance Day to honor all military members, they said. Each family, including the brave military personnel, has proved what it means to be loyal to one’s nation and fellow humans.
Meghan, 41, and Harry, 38, said, “We’re honored to work with many veterans and military family support organizations, including the Invictus Games Foundation, The Mission Continues, Team Rubicon, Scotty’s Little Soldiers, and The Greatest Generations Foundation.” I appreciate your sacrifice every day, but especially today.
Meghan and Harry visited a military post in New Jersey on Veterans Day. During an army meal, Meghan and Harry addressed mental health.
They stopped in New Jersey after the 2021 Salute to Freedom dinner in New York. During his dinner comments, Prince Harry emphasized the importance of assisting veterans.
“My military experience shaped who I am now, and I will be eternally grateful to the individuals I served alongside,” Harry continued. “War teaches lessons that you hope no one else learns. They’re similar to a slideshow.”
To show that “the men and women who have undergone service injuries, as well as their families, are the strongest individuals in the world… and they need a platform to be seen, a platform to be recognized, and a platform to be properly appreciated,” Harry says he created the Invictus Games.
He then extended his greetings to the recipients of the Intrepid Valor Award for the year 2021, whom he called “wonderful human beings belong to an indestructible chain. The team of teams includes you. To top it all off, we promise to be here for you no matter what. In other words, you are not alone.”