Prince Harry delivers a comforting message during a charity event disguised as Santa Claus!

Prince Harry is ready for Christmas! In fact, he’s so ready that he decided to play the role of Santa Claus at a charity event!

When the royal family member appeared on the screen like this, people couldn’t stop smiling and were even touched and left speechless when they learned the reason he was in party costume.

In fact, Harry wanted to send a very important message to Scotty’s, a British charity that supports children who lost a parent while serving in the British Armed Forces.

The young royal brother was himself a British Army Apache helicopter pilot and made 2 tours in Afghanistan.

As for the clip which showed Harry disguised as Santa Claus, it was screened during one of the charity organization’s events not so long ago.

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As the many members watched, Harry addressed the crowd with a warm “Ho, ho, ho!” Before continuing: “I heard you are 190 this year, so make as much chaos as possible humanly , Please. I also want to encourage you to look around and realize that you are part of an incredible family, community and that there is support for you every day, should you ever need it. “

Harry’s message continued: “Having met some of you a few years ago … I know how incredibly strong you are.” So yes, losing an incredibly hard parent, but I know that each of you, helping each other, will have a great future ahead of you and that you will also have a fantastic Christmas. “


Hearing the gentle and considerate words of Prince Harry, the crowd burst into applause.

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