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Harry Billinge Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Dating, Bio, Facts

How old is Harry Bilinge age? Get to know if veteran MBE Blinge is alive or not.

Harry Billinge is a sapper from St Austell. He is made an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) by Queen during an investiture ceremony. He also holds France’s highest award, the Legion d’honneur.

A D-Day veteran also had a high-speed train named in honor of his bravery and fundraising work.

Harry Billinge MBE Age: How Old Is He?

Harry Billinge MBE age is around 96 years old.

As per a report published on BBC on 7 Oct 2020, his age was stated 95 years old. Therefore, we’re guessing him of that age.

However, we’re yet to make sure when he lights up his birthday candles.

The sapper from St Austell, he belongs to British nationality.

Is He Available On Wikipedia Page?

Harry Billinge Wikipedia is still under the radar.

So far now, Billinge is yet to get surfaced on the official page of Wikipedia. However, many Web portals have written about him and his career.

Moreover, he was one of the first British soldiers to land on Gold Beach in 1944.

He has also received his MBE medal from the Queen for his services to charitable fundraising. Also, he inspired himself t raise funds to commemorate those who died in the conflict after the Second World War.

Billinge Wife: Is He Married?

Harry Billinge wife is Sheila.

He has been married to his beloved wife, Sheila for 65 years. Speaking of the ceremony, his wife had also attended the honoring ceremony. She also had a wonderful meet with the Queen. 

However,  there is nothing much about the couple’s children on the Web. Also, his family details are questionable.

His Net Worth Explored

Harry Billinge net worth is still unearthed.

Our researches came to no avail as there is no information regarding his net worth.

Is He Still Alive?

Harry Billinge might be alive.

As a matter of fact, there are no reports claiming his Obituary so far now. However, he feels lucky to survive during the Normandy invasion in 1944.

Also, the veteran spoke to BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty about his memories of friends who died during the invasion.

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