She’s not looking that impressed.
Harry was busy yesterday. He and his brother visited with injured service personnel in Tidworth — click here to see those photos if you missed them — and then he was in London at the Chelsea Flower Show in support of his Sentebale charity’s forget-me-not garden. And his family came to support HIM!
Check him out with his dad, Prince Charles, and step-mother, Camilla. Harry apparently worked very closely with organisers in the design and, adorably, Charles teased his son about the project.
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Prince William and Prince Harry talk to injured cyclists before they launch the 2013 Hero Ride during their visit to Tedworth House to officially open the charity’s Tedworth House recovery center on May 20, 2013 in Tidworth, England.
During their visit the two Royal Princes met with wounded veterans, serving personnel, and their families. Tedworth House in Wiltshire is one of four new units in England which will offer respite care and rehabilitation to injured and sick service personnel, veterans and their families.
The Duke, 30, was given a teddy bear wearing a romper suit with the words “My Daddy Is A Hero” on it by triple amputee Josh Boggi, who asked: “Are you looking forward to it Sir?” Read More »
Let the games begin!
Charlene of Serenity was not with Prince Albert at Queen Beatrix’s abdication and her son King Willem-Alexander’s subsequent coronation at the end of April. She had previous charity commitments back home in South Africa where she also attended an old friend’s wedding.
But overseas gossips have been reporting that while she was there, she was also hooking up with her friend Byron Kelleher, a professional rugby player.
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A prince playing polo? How perfect!
Prince Harry continued his “playing every sport imaginable” tour in America today with a trip to Greenwich, Connecticut for a rousing game of polo. Look at him on that horse hitting that ball around. You hit that ball, Prince Harry.
Harry competed in the game today at Greenwich Polo Club in an effort to benefit Sentebale, the charity he co-founded to help poor children and AIDS orphans in the African nation of Lesotho. Playing polo for charity. Harry is truly a gem. Read More »
Does Prince Harry ever have to leave America? No? Good!
That means we can have “Prince Harry touring America photos” all the time! This morning we caught up with his royal highness while he hung out on a double-decker bus and visited New Jersey. This evening we get to see Harry throwing around a baseball with a bunch of kiddies in Harlem.
Harry teamed with with Harlem RBI for the event, a group that, according to their mission statement, wants ” to provide inner-city youth with opportunities to Play, Learn and Grow. We use the power of teams to coach, teach and inspire youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams.” Well now that is beyond beautiful. Read More »
Prince Harry really looks as if he’s enjoying himself during this tour of America. So happy to have him on our shores.
Britain’s Prince Harry and British Prime Minister David Cameron arrive at Milk Studio aboard a double decker bus in New York City today (May 14, 2013).
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took Harry on a tour the Superstorm Sandy ravaged boardwalk during the fifth day of Harry’s visit to the United States in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. Read More »
Ready for Prince Harry to be even more adorable than he was before? Good.
Please enjoy Prince Harry at the bottom of a cheer-leading pyramid. I know! It’s amazing! The Prince looks to be enjoying his time in the U.S. I mean, how could you not have fun getting all sporty at the Warrior Games.
Harry also took part in some football, although not the kind that he’s usually associated with. While touring the U.S. Air Force Training Academy in Colorado, HRH got all sorts of sporty with football. And apparently he’s pretty good at it. Read More »
If you weren’t previously convinced that Prince Harry is the most fun British royal, then these series of photos of him in uniform, literally rolling around on the floor and laughing should do the trick.
As part of his American tour, the Brit stopped by the Warrior Games on Saturday. The event is an international sports competition for wounded veterans and was founded four years ago with hopes of growing as large as the Paralympics. Read More »