THE DUKE of Sussex will not be returning to the UK for Remembrance Day, according to reports.

Prince Harry, who spent ten years in the army including two frontline tours of Afghanistan, will instead fly to New York to present the inaugural Intrepid Valor Awards next month.

The ceremony will pay tribute to veterans and military families “living with the invisible wounds of war”, according to The Telegraph.

Remembrance Day in the UK will be held on Sunday, November 14.

In 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose to pay their respects at a cemetery in Los Angeles.

The couple were accused of a “PR student” by Newick-born TV presenter Piers Morgan, who shared his views on social media.

In a tweet, he said: “Outrageous. Treating Remembrance Sunday like a PR opportunity and trying to steal headlines from the real royals doing their duty back home.”

Prince Harry passed his Regular Commissions Board - the qualification necessary to train at Sandhurst - in September 2004.

After completing a period of work experience, he entered The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in May 2005 to begin his training as an officer cadet.

During the 44-week training course, Prince Harry was known as Officer Cadet Wales.

He eventually rose to the rank of captain.

Prince Harry spoke about his military service during a moving interview last November.

Speaking on military podcast Declassified, he said wearing the uniform was "among the greatest honours there are in life".

"The act of remembering, of remembrance, is a profound act of honour," he said.

"It's how we preserve the legacies of entire generations and show our gratitude for the sacrifices they made in order for us to be able to live the lives we live today."

Since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left the UK at the beginning of 2020, Prince Harry has only returned twice - for the funeral of Prince Philip in April and for the unveiling of a statue of his mother Princess Diana in July.