The 42-year-old Meghan was supposed to go to the 21st annual celebration in Los Angeles with her spouse, but she finally chose not to go. As one of four individuals being admitted into the Living Legends of Aviation, the 39-year-old Duke of Sussex arrived alone. Host John Travolta gave him the honour. Son Prince Archie, 4, and daughter Princess Lilibet, 2, are Meghan and Harry’s children.
Harry acquired the distinction of having “made major contributions to aviation/aerospace,” as stated in a prior release by the Kiddie Hawk Air Academy, even though his family did not attend for his most notable accomplishment.
The “Official Ambassador of Aviation,” Travolta, put the medal around Harry’s neck on Friday night, as shown in a social media video that was posted. Harry said, “This is nice,” which caused the audience to giggle.
While performing, Harry addressed the 69-year-old actor of The Shepherd as “Captain John” and brought up the well-known dance that Travolta and his mother, Princess Diana, had performed at the White House in November 1985.
He laughed, “Don’t run away.” “I turned 1 year old while you danced with my mother.”
In jest, the Duke of Sussex said that Travolta had told “everybody here” regarding the dance and he had plans to keep “dining out on that.”
Harry made his acceptance speech that included “a heartfelt thank you to the Living Legends of Aviation.” Harry looked dapper in a traditional black tuxedo.