Royal: Prince Harry will donate substantial damage earnings to Invictus games.

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    The Duke of Sussex confirmed he would donate substantial damages from a victory against a British tabloid to his Invictus Games charity, which supports injured veterans.

    Prince Harry served in the Army for ten years, rising to the rank of Captain. And today, Lord Dannatt, the man who led the armed forces when Harry first joined, told Sky News severing those ties will be both ‘tough’ and ‘painful’.

    Ivor Bennett reports.

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