Prince Harry dons Spider-Man costume to celebrate a Merry Christmas to British Army orphans

Always very committed to the families of soldiers, Prince Harry disguised himself last Saturday as Spider-Man, to remind children who mourn the death of one of their military parents that they “should not feel guilty for s ‘fun’ at Christmas.

For the good cause. Prince Harry took on the Spider-Man costume to send a message of support this Saturday, December 3 to children who have lost a parent in the British army.

In a video shown at an event organized by the charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers, which helps the children of soldiers who have died in service, the prince addressed the little orphans directly to wish them a Merry Christmas.

“Christmas is a time when loved ones are greatly missed, and that’s normal. At the same time, it is possible to feel guilty for having fun without our parents, said the prince, who himself lost his mother Lady Diana at the age of 12. But I’m here to assure you that what parents want is for their children to always have fun. So don’t feel guilty. (…) Enjoy and Merry Christmas”, added in all relaxation the dad of Archie and Lilibet, whose documentary soon to be broadcast and memoirs, which will be released on January 10 under the French title “Le Suppléant”, are currently of great concern to the British monarchy.

Note that this is not the first time that Prince Harry has collaborated with Scotty’s Little Soldiers. In 2019, he was for the same cause disguised as Santa Claus.