The Duke of Sussex praised soldiers for their service during a special appearance on Bob Woodruff’s Stand Up For Heroes benefit festival. The event, which is being celebrated virtually this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, was founded by ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff, after he was injured in 2006 while reporting about the war in Iraq.
In his address, Prince Harry opened up about his time in the military and how “the experience changed my life forever and for the better.”
The Duke warned that “nothing can prepare you” for the military.
He added: “It changed how I viewed sacrifice and service.
“I was born into a line of duty, but it was during my decade in the army that I committed to a life of service.”