​Prince Harry’s startling question to war widow

​Prince Harry’s startling question to war widow

Despite COVID-19, Prince Harry is still continuing his work to support veterans from home.

The Duke of Sussex joined in on a broadcast of BBC’s The One Show via a Zoom livestream, and chatted with the family members of two WWII veterans to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

The 35-year-old Royal has one guest that particularly stood out, which was Maggie Wilson who is the widow of former GPC member Sandy Saunders.

The Duke of Sussex began the clip by saying: "Hello everybody, The One Show got in touch to ask if I could shine a light on a group of veterans that lots of people might not know about."

Maggies told Harry: "Sandy was a member of the Glider pilot regiment. One day he crashed and had 40 per cent burns to his face, hands and legs."

"He was an amazing man. He was sent down to meet MckIndoe in East Winstead and when he met him that evening he said, 'you need new upper eyelids, lower eyelids, you need a proper nose and I'll give you a nose so you can kiss the girls' - and that's what happened."

Prince Harry went on to ask"Wow that's unbelievable. So when you met him, can I ask you...he had a proper nose and good lips for kissing?"

Maggie answered: "Oh definitely good lips for kissing."

The video was organised by CASEVAC Club which helps support veterans and their families.

After the video had aired, show host Alex Jones said he believes Prince Harry could have a promising career as a reporter.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior members of the British royal family, in January, and officially stepped down April 1.