How Old Is Harry Billinge MBE? Harry Billinge is a 94-year-old Cornish D-Day veteran, has been honored by the Queen. Let’s find out.

Harry Billinge is one of three Cornish individuals to have earned the award recently.

One of the last D-Day veterans of Cornwall today has a Great Western Railway train named after him as part of a memorial to commemorate 75 years since the Second World War.

Harry Billinge, MBE, of St Austell, was one of the first troops to arrive at Gold Beach as a part of the D-Day landings on June 6, 1944.

How Old Is Harry Billinge MBE? 

Harry Billinge’s age is 94 years old.

However, his date of birth and when and where he was born is unveiled on any internet platform.

Furthermore, in 1944, when it arrived at Gold Beach, former Royal Engineer Horace Harry Billinge was 18.

D-Day veteran Harry Billinge tells #BBCBreakfast how he’s marking #RemembranceSunday with the help of the train named in his honour.https://t.co/0HaK4oj9JR pic.twitter.com/ZSphGw5A7K

— BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) November 7, 2020

Harry Billinge Wife- Is He Married?

Harry Billinge’s wife’s name is Sheila.

These couples are together for the last 65 years and living an extraordinary life.

He said it was “wonderful” to meet the Queen.

Harry Billinge Wikipedia

Harry Billinge hasn’t yet been featured on Wikipedia and hasn’t got a Wikipedia bio under his name.

We hope he will soon get a Wikipedia bio.

However, most of his details are covered by his self-title post on different internet platforms.

What Is Harry Billinge Net Worth?

Harry Billinge hasn’t revealed anything about his net income and net worth to the public or any internet platform.

He might be quite possessive about his personal information as well as about his professional life.

Harry Billinge Is A D-Day Veteran

The veteran Billinge, who also holds France’s highest honor, the Legion d’Honneur, is well-known in Cornwall for his charitable efforts.

Where he has raised for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal for more than 60 years.

He went to see the first foundation stones of a monument to those who fought in the British forces during World War II being laid.

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