Prince Charles opens up after murder of soldier Lee Rigby
PRINCE Charles has spoken about his sorrow at the death of Fusilier Lee Rigby, after the soldier was murdered in Woolwich earlier this year.
The Prince of Wales, who lives at Highgrove Gardens near Tetbury in Gloucestershire, said the "brutal killing" had hit soldiers’ morale badly.
With both sons in the military, and Prince Harry recently serving in Afghanistan, Prince Charles urged people to honour the heroic sacrifices of soldiers.
He wrote in the Sun today: “When meeting service personnel from all three services, my wife and I continue to be astonished by their efforts and the determination they have to succeed, no matter what challenge they face.
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“Indeed, the drawdown of troops in Afghanistan will continue to be a very tricky operation and our troops will remain exposed to every conceivable danger. It is not over yet.”
He was speaking at the launch of The Sun’s 2013 Military Awards today.