Prince Harry released a statement on Friday to mark Veterans Day two days before the United King observes Remembrance Sunday.
A photo of Harry and his wife Meghan also accompanied the statement posted on the Archewell Foundation website.
Eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice that the photo posted on their website was actually taken in April of this year during the Invictus Games.
While commenting on their photo, several people asked if they had a new photo together.
The old photo also raised eyebrows as it came just days after royal biographer Lady C claimed Harry and Meghan were separated and a settlement agreement was being discussed.
Lady C’s claim was rejected by the majority of experts in the UK.
Prince Harry’s photo without Meghan Markle appeared for the second time during his visit to Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii last Friday afternoon.
He visited the USS Arizona Memorial.
The battleship was bombed by Japanese forces in December 1941. Over 1,100 crew members died in the attack, prompting the United States to enter World War II.
Harry visited the memorial on a personal basis. The USS Arizona Memorial on the island of Oahu is a short flight from his home in Montecito, Calif., where he lives with his wife Meghan Markle and their two children, son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 1 year.
“He kind of approached us,” Dan Conover, who was also visiting the USS Arizona with his family, told PEOPLE on Friday.
“I got out of his way because he’s royalty, I figured I’d let him do his thing. He basically waved at me,” 23-year-old Conover explained. “He was very respectful and courteous and kind. I got out of his way, and he kind of patted me on the back and said, ‘You’re all a good mate.’ It was a simple interaction, but he was very nice, courteous and respectful