Help for Heroes, a British charity that provides lifelong recovery support to British Armed Forces service personnel who have been injured or injured in the line of duty, has revealed it was confronted on video with Prince Harry.
Prince Harry stunned Invictus Games Team GB at their final training camp on Wednesday. The Prince, who lives in California, showed his support for the team representing the United Kingdom.
On April 6, the charity posted Duke’s video on Twitter.
Hundreds of trolls targeted Prince Harry in replies, prompting the charity to respond on April 8.
“We recognize that Twitter encourages free and open expression. This tweet was to celebrate a special moment for the UK team, however there are some comments that spoil it.”
The official “Help for Heroes” account said, “As the account owner, we have the right to restrict or remove replies, especially if the comments risk upsetting our veterans. We kindly ask you to think about what you are commenting on.” and the impact this could have on those who read it.”
Without mentioning Harry, the statement read: “We accept that many of you will have differing opinions and will want to share them, we appreciate that. But we will not accept offensive, mocking comments or comments directed at our team. This is NOT what the tweet is about.” “.