Prince Harry dresses up as Spider-Man in hilarious Christmas message video for children of parents who died while serving in the British Army
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, has recorded a special Christmas video message for charity for bereaved military children dressed as Spider-Man.
Dressed in Spider-Man’s full suit, the prince recorded a message for the charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers and wished them a happy Christmas.
The video was played to over 100 young children who had experienced the death of a parent who served in the British Army.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, dressed as Spider-Man, recorded a video message to members of Scotty’s Little Soldiers at the annual Christmas party
Dressed in a Spider-Man suit and without revealing his face or identity, Prince Harry appears in a hilarious yet heartwarming video, wishing his children a Merry Christmas.
“Hey Scotty’s Little Soldiers. Welcome to the Christmas party,” the Duke of Sussex tells them.
“I hope you’ve got a little rest before tonight’s excitement. We’ve heard from Sharky and George that there are five villains who must be stopped from ruining Christmas. So teamwork, brains, and brawn.” Try to do just that, find them and don’t ruin your Christmas.
At the same time, Christmas is also the time when we really, really, really miss the people we love.
“But at the same time, we can also feel guilty about having fun without our parents. But our parents are always here to ensure that they want us to have fun.
“So don’t feel guilty, you’re having the best time ever, especially in this Scotty’s Little Soldiers community.
“So go out and have the best time…”
The prince then pulls up his mask and smiles, revealing his identity to the children.
“Merry Christmas,” the Duke of Sussex calls out to his bereaved children.