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Prince Harry to attend the launch of Walking With The Wounded's “Walk of Britain”

Prince Harry will attend the launch event for Walking With The Wounded’s (WWTW) “Walk of Britain” at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London. Harry is Patron of the charity. The Prince will meet the wounded service personnel taking part in the trek. He will hear about their personal experiences of serving in the Armed Forces and what made them chose to they are taking part in the…
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Suggestions that Prince Harry will leave the armed forces later in the year

Reports have emerged today which suggest that Prince Harry will leave the armed forces by the end of the year. Prince Harry is to leave the armed forces at the end of the year according to reports. According to The London Evening Standard, he has taken the decision to end his active military career after having served two tours of duty on the front line in Afghanistan. The Queen’s grandchild…
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Battle of Britain bell to be sold to support Harry's wounded servicemen

A bell that was used during the Battle of Britain is to be sold at auction to raise money for wounded ex-service personnel. The bell alerted servicemen of impending German attacks at RAF Biggin Hill. Biggin Hill was the best known of all Fighter Commands air stations from the Battle of Britain. Featuring George V’s cipher, dated 1936, and the letters A.M (Air Ministry), the bell is 14.5…
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Kensington Palace joins Twitter

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have today made their presence known on Twitter after Kensington Palace created an official account. ‘@KensingtonRoyal‘ has been set up to tweet news about the royal trio, much like @BritishMonarchy for tweeting…
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Prince Harry named as one of 2014's most inspirational people

Prince Harry has been named as one of 2014’s most inspirational people in two separate polls conducted by The Daily Telegraph and The Discovery Channel. The British based newspaper The Daily Telegraph asked its correspondents to name people who they consider to be their ‘Briton of the Year’. Gordon Rayner, the Chief Reporter of the newspaper chose Prince Harry. His reasoning…
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