Prince Harry awarded humanitarian prize
Honour presented to royal in Washington DC
PRINCE Harry has been awarded a humanitarian prize for his efforts supporting injured servicemen and women.
Harry dedicated the honour, which was presented to him at a ceremony in Washington DC, to those who had been seriously injured fighting for Britain, declaring them “heroes” for paying a “terrible price to keep us safe and free”.
But the Prince played down his efforts championing forces charities, saying: “Genuinely, I obviously don’t feel that I have done nearly enough to deserve it.”
Harry flew to Washington to receive the humanitarian honour from the Atlantic Council, which promotes transatlantic co-operation and international security.