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Prince Harry refused from giving remembrance

I guess moving to Hollywood (vie it’s most expensive town) means Harry can no longer give his remembrance.

He asked to have a wreath of poppies laid at the national memorial to those servicemen and women who have fallen, but it was turned down.

It is another sign of how much Harry, 36, is estranged from the royal family. He and Meghan Markle stepped back from royal duties in March

Harry’s request was turned down by courtiers because he no longer represents the family, The Sunday Times, which broke the story, reported.

A representative for Harry declined to comment. Buckingham Palace reps had no comment.

During Sunday’s ceremony, his father Prince Charles laid a wreath for Queen Elizabeth and one for himself. Harry’s brother Prince William was also among those leaving their solemn tributes.

Harry, who served in the British army for ten years and went on two tours of Afghanistan in that time, would have been in the U.K. in this period of remembrance if the coronavirus pandemic hadn’t hit all travel plans. And he would have made a tribute of his own alongside some of his military comrades, sources have told PEOPLE.

Instead, he took part in a podcast with other veterans talking about what his uniform meant to him, and poignantly reminisced about what goes through his mind as he stands at the main British memorial to fallen troops.