Prince Harry hailed former forces personnel in "dark places" during a moving speech to mark the annual Warrior Games.
The Duke of Sussex, who served in the Army for a decade, paid tribute to servicemen and women as he spoke of "service" from his multimillion pound home in exclusive Montecito, California.
He was introduced by Dr Jill Biden, who saluted him for his "heart" in a speech live-streamed online. It comes just weeks after he and Meghan said they'd been left "speechless" by the chaos unfolding in Afghanistan in a lengthy 218-word statement.
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