Prince Harry breaches military rules by sporting beard at Remembrance Sunday service (PHOTOS)

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Prince Harry has been accused of “letting down” members of Britain’s armed services by sporting a beard at an event to honor the country’s war dead. The facial hair is in breach of military codes for servicemen in uniform. Read Full Article at RT.com
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