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Prince Harry Shares Emotional Moment with Wounded U.S. Marine


After serving ten years in the British Army, Prince Harry is gearing up to raise awareness for wounded veterans at the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida.

The fifth-in-line to the British throne sat down for a revealing interview with Robin Roberts on "Good Morning America."

Harry, who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, is fighting a different battle: raising awareness about the challenges wounded warriors face.

"When you look past the amputees, when you look past the burns, they're still the same people, and to be able to call them all my comrades, friends, we all share something," Prince Harry explained. "We share that uniform. We share the training. We share, in some cases, Afghanistan. It’s very special."

Watch some of the interview above.


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