Prince Harry has been criticized for not taking into account King Charles and Duchess Kate’s health issues during his speech.
Prince Harry has been in the spotlight for his recent speech at the Living Legends of Aviation ceremony.
The Duke of Sussex received the honor for his work in Afghanistan.
“I am proud to be recognized as part of such a dynamic and inspiring group of individuals,” he began in his speech.
“For me, flying is a transcendental experience, a close encounter with magic, an invitation to both defend freedom and feel free, interestingly enough, without actually being grounded. It was also an opportunity to ground myself.”
The Crown Prince continued to reflect on his journey in the aviation industry, saying, “Three years of flight training turned out to be one of the greatest lessons of my life. “I’m doing it,” he said. “I felt a sense of anticipation before my first solo flight on Firefly. I couldn’t believe that my instructor had the confidence to send me on my own. I remember being surprised and relieved when I returned safely to the ground. .”
The Duke of Sussex said: ‘In every flight of my military career, one constant was trust: trust in the aircraft, trust in your comrades, trust in your many leaders and above all trust in yourself. Thank you,” he concluded. Thank you again for this incredible honor. ”
He is currently under fire from royal expert Angela Levin for not mentioning King Charles and Duchess Kate, who are undergoing treatment.
She claimed the prince wanted to “prove” that he was “fine”. She added: “He kept telling jokes and it just seemed fake.”
she said Sun The duke said: “I could have been more serious and said I was thinking about them.”