Prince Harry Attends Tunisian Terror Attack Anniversary Memorial

  April 12, 2016 at 1:05 pm by

Prince Harry joined survivors and family members of last year’s two terrorist attacks in Tunisia today for a commemorative service at Westminster Abbey for the 31 Britons that were killed in March and June.

The service was conducted by the Dean of Westminster, and Prince Harry gave a ready from Revelation. Prime Minister David Cameron was also present.

Harry also laid a wreath at the Innocent Victims Memorial outside the Abbey ahead of the service, with the card reading ‘In memory of those who lost their lives, Harry.’

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One Response to Prince Harry Attends Tunisian Terror Attack Anniversary Memorial

  1. Natalya says:

    In my view, what Prince Harry has been doing for the global communities is impossible to overestimate. His Royal Highness has taken all my words of appreciation . Respect !

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