Prince Harry has revealed he
wants to teach his children Archie and Lili about the importance of ‘finding
your purpose’ in life.
The Duke of Sussex, 37,
who is currently in The Hague for the Invictus Games, served in the Army
for ten years, rising to the rank of Captain and undertaking two tours of Afghanistan.
The royal, who is raising his
son Archie, nearly three, and his daughter Lilibet, ten months, with his
wife Meghan Markle in California, was asked by People Magazine what
he plans to tell his children about his time in the Army.
While the father of two was
stripped of his military titles when he stepped down as a senior royal in 2020,
he said his career taught him how to be ‘in true service’ to others.
‘I am grateful for every
experience I had in and out of my uniform,’ he said.
‘I learned how to be in true
service for others. Finding your purpose is one of the most gratifying
experiences. And that working hard should be fulfilling and rewarding at the
same time,’ he added.