Rugby fan Prince Harry joked he was already “past it” as he helped coach a session for youngsters at Twickenham Stadium today (October 17, 2013). The 29-year-old took part in training with schoolchildren alongside former England star Jason Robinson, joked with Harry that he could make it into the England squad for the forthcoming World Cup in 2015, saying: “We’re looking for a winger or a full-back.”
Jason Robinson also gave Prince Harry a pair of his boots. He told him: “I can’t guarantee they’ll get you into the England team, but you’ll be quick.” Read More »
Britain’s Prince William welcomed footballers to Buckingham Palace on Monday as the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II prepared to stage the first football match in its 308-year history.
A match between two of England’s oldest amateur teams took place in the 39-acre gardens of the famous central London landmark as part of celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of the Football Association.
“This magnificent home, Buckingham Palace, is at the heart of the nation, and so there cannot be a more fitting setting to celebrate our national game, and to celebrate all of you,” William said in a speech welcoming the players and guests. Read More »
It has been “Harrymania” in Australia for the last two days. Prince Harry avoided controversy during his visit and made no speeches. His only public comments – to journalists at Sydney airport – were to declare that he would like to spend more time in Australia on his next visit.
“I just can’t get the time off work these days,” he said. “The next time I come back you will be struggling to get rid of me I am sure.” Prince Harry is on his first official visit to Australia to take part in the week-long celebrations to mark 100 years of the Royal Australian Navy.
During the International Fleet Review, Prince Harry boarded the warship HMAS Leeuwin to carry out an inspection. He was accompanied by Quentin Bryce AC CVO, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia; Tony Abbott, Prime Minister of Australia and Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, Chief of Navy. Read More »
Prince Harry arrived in Sydney today in advance of the International Fleet Review. Unfortunately his girlfriend Cressida Bonas stayed back home.
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It was date night last night (October 01, 2013) for Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas, as the couple is seen here leaving The Prince of Wales Theatre in London after attending a performance of The Book of Mormon.
The pair looked casually chic, as Cressida work a plaid jacket, navy blouse and skinny jeans. While Harry opted for a white shirt and blue pants. How cute, they color coordinated.
This was Harry and Cressida’s second date of the week. Monday night (September 30, 2013), the pair watched singer James Blunt perform in Notting Hill. The couple as first pictured together on a Swiss skiing holiday in February, Harry, 29, and Cressida, 24, are believed to have been introduced by Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie. Read More »
The annual Boodles Boxing Ball is an event not to be missed by those running in high society circles. Initially put on to raise money for Starlight Children’s Foundation, the event has drawn the likes of Prince William and Kate Middleton in past years (the Duchess was heavily involved with the charity in her 20s).
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Today, HRH Prince Felix of Luxembourg married German-born Claire Lademacher, whom he met while studying at Collège Alpin International Beau Soleil in Switzerland.
After a civil ceremony earlier this week in Germany, the couple took part in a religious ceremony in the South East part of France, in front of 350 guests. Read More »
Just looking at these photos of Prince Harry makes me shiver.
Prince Harry is seen here warming his hands after a cold chamber training exercise with the Walking with the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge 2013 British team on September 17, 2013 in Nuneaton, England.
Three teams of wounded service personnel from Britain, The United States of America and the Commonwealth will race 335km to the South Pole in November. Read More »