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Harry ‘in tears’ in new photo as ‘visibly moved’ Prince embraces Army veteran

Prince Harry is seen in tears in a new photo showing him embracing a fellow Army veteran.

The image was part of a series of black and white shots released by Misan Harriman, a photographer who is close friends with both the prince and his wife Meghan Markle.

They show how the Duke of Sussex became emotional as he embraced Invictus Games UK Team member Tony Young.

Harry served in the military for a decade, and has since founded the Invictus Games, an international multi-sport event for wounded and injured members of the armed services.

Sharing the snap to Instagram, Misan wrote: "A special moment earlier this year. A truly extraordinary moment between Invictus Games UK Team member Tony Young and Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex.

"The Prince was visibly moved after the embrace and tears were flowing all around the stadium."

The photos have gained a lot of attention from fans of the Sussexes, with one commenting: "The world wouldn’t be the same without Harry and Meghan. I love them."

Another added: "I just love Prince Harry. Always rooting for him and M. They are relationship goals."

While a third wrote: "He said he is his mother son and I believe that. He has his mother's heart. Love you Harry and Meghan."

It comes after the release of Harry and Meghan's controversial Netflix documentary, which saw the couple level a number of claims against the royal family, especially towards Prince William.

Harry recalled how his brother "screamed and shouted" at him during a meeting about his and Meghan's role in the royal family.

He said: "It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father say things that just simply weren't true, and my grandmother, you know, quietly sit there, and sort of take it all in."

The meeting on what was later dubbed "Megxit" took place at Sandringham in January 2020 and Meghan was not invited.

Meghan also hit out at William, as she suggested that he authorised the leaking of text messages between her and royal aide Jason Knauf, who has worked for both the Sussexes and Waleses.

The doc shows a clip of Meghan, Harry and a friend discussing these leaks as it happened.

The friend can be heard saying: "He works for his brother!" as Meghan says to Harry: "It's your brother! I'm not going to say anything about your brother but it's so obvious!"

Harry then responds: "It's even more obvious that they'll try and cover it up."

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