Listen, we really need to enjoy some more Prince Harry before he disappears again.
So let’s all have Prince Harry appreciation time. The ginger royal was in South Africa again today, finishing up his royal tour there. We’ve already seen all the other fun things he was up to, and while I’m sure he did have fun today, it did feel a bit more somber.
Harry paid a visit to the Nelson Mandela Foundation center, where he apparently spent a good long time staring at photos of Mandela and his mother, Princess Diana. Read More »
No really, he is.
Sure the other royals are great (hey Will & Kate!) and sure Prince Carl Philip of Sweden is the hottest prince ever, but come on you guys, Prince Harry? That dude is on a whole other level of awesome.
As you’ll recall from yesterday, Harry is currently in Africa, hanging out with adorable children, falling off horses and dedicating children’s centers to Princess Diana. Day 4 of his trip brought plenty of great stuff, too. Like the fact that he looks totally normal running around a rugby field barefoot. Read More »
So Prince Harry is in South Africa on a royal tour, doing some charity work and helping with community development, and he couldn’t be cuter hanging out with the local folk.
The red-headed hottie arrived to the country last week to open a children’s center in Lesothoto, which he dedicated to his mother, the late Princess Diana, and late nanny, Olga Powell. Reports said Harry described the Mamohato Children’s Centre as a “milestone” in the work of the charity organization he founded with the Lesotho prince in 2006. Read More »
The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William and his lovely Duchess wife, Kate Middleton, visited North Wales on Friday, the place where they spent their first few years of marriage while William was an RAF helicopter pilot, and it looks like they had loads of fun. Ah, to be happily married and royal.
Kate was particularly spirited when she and William headed to the Towers Residential Outdoor Education Centre in Capel Curig, where they put on rock-climbing gear and went for it. Read More »
First of all, can we all agree that Prince Harry in a double-breasted tuxedo is a thing of beauty?
May we have more of it in the future. The ginger prince busted out the look tonight for the Royal Variety Performance at Royal Albert Hall. As you can gather, it was all very royal.
Harry was given a program and a seat of honor for the performance, which he enjoyed without any other members of his family. Do you think that’s kind of lonely? Read More »
You don’t have to call him Sir Benedict Cumberbatch yet, but you know what they say! Once you get your CBE, knighthood is just a sword ceremony away.
Actually, no one says that, I just made that up. But I did not make up the fact that Benedict was awarded honored with a CBE today from Queen Elizabeth II “for his work as an actor and his charitable efforts.” This means that Benny is officially a Commander of the Order of the British Empire. I assume that now he can command ships and stuff.
Or, you know, make Doctor Strange. Read More »
Prince Harry is definitely the star of the British monarchy right now.
And things are about to get super emotional. Have you got your tissues handy? Oh good!
So yesterday Prince Harry and his ginger beard were at Buckingham Palace to greet the members of the Walking With The Wounded team as they finished their Walk Of Britain (remember when Harry joined them?). Things got pretty misty eyed when one team member, U.S. Marine Kirstie Ennis, presented Prince Harry with the dog tag of a fallen colleague. Read More »
As should we all be! Prince Harry is currently gracing our fine shores, so if you’ve ever wanted a meet-cute with a prince, now is your chance!
Prince Harry popped by the U.S. capital today to help kick off the Invictus Games, happening in Orlando in 2016. If you’ll recall, Prince Harry launched the Invictus Games in 2014. It’s a paralympic-style sports event for wounded, injured or sick veterans.
The 2014 games were such a hit, that now it’s coming to American. And it’s bringing Harry along with it. Read More »