Harry is slated to be a special guest at the Intrepid Museum’s Salute to Freedom gala. The awards will honor active service members, veterans and their families. The Salute to Freedom gala is scheduled for November 10.
The 37-year-old will reportedly present five awards to "service members and veterans living with the invisible wounds of war."
The Suits alum's name was reportedly not on a guestlist for the Salute To Freedom gala. She is expected to remain at the couple's Montecito home with their children Archie and Lilibet.
"We are so grateful to Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex for honoring and amplifying the stories of these heroes and helping to raise awareness for mental health support for our men and women in uniform," Susan Marenoff-Zausner, president of the Intrepid Museum, said in a press release.
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Harry previously served in the British Army for a decade but was stripped of his honorary military roles after he and Markle stepped back as senior royals.
In February he was stripped of his three honorary military titles; Captain-General of the Royal Marines, Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Honington and Commodore-in-Chief, Small Ships and Diving, Royal Naval Command.
Meghan and Harry recently returned from a 3-day tour of New York. The couple spent some of the trip challenging vaccine inequity at the Global Citizen Live concert. They also reportedly visited an elementary school in Harlem to promote children's literacy, where Meghan is said to have read her children's book The Bench, Harper's Bazaar reported.
However, the royal couple was slammed when they reportedly flew home on a private jet after attending the Global Citizen Live event which campaigned to fight climate change.