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Prince Harry attends Service of Remembrance to honour members of the Victoria Cross and George Cross Association

<![CDATA[On March 20, 1974, Princess Anne’s bodyguard, Inspector James Wallace Beaton, sat in the passenger’s seat of a maroon Rolls-Royce Limousine, heading to Buckingham Palace after accompanying Princess Anne and her husband to a charity film screening. Soon, a white Ford Escort overtook the limo and forced them to a stop-they were 200 yards from the palace. Ian Ball, a 26-year-old man…
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Harry honours Invictus Warriors at Pride of Britain Awards

<![CDATA[Prince Harry last night paid tribute to British Invictus Warriors, who received a Special Recognition award at The Daily Mirror’s Pride of Britain Awards. The awards ceremony “the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place”. Presented by Carol Vorderman,people from across the UK were recognised for their charity work, heroics and…
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Harry's first 30: Part Three-The Measure of the Man

<![CDATA[They say the measure of a man is ‘calculated’ by his actions throughout life. Prince Harry is proving, his measure as a man whether it is as soldier or son, patron or brother. In 2005, Prince Harry entered the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst. A year later, Officer Cadet Wales wash commissioned as a Cornet (second lieutenant) in the Blues and Royals, the British Army’s…
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Harry's First 30: Part Two - The Mischief Maker

<![CDATA[In part two of our Harry’s First 30 series we will take a closer look at Harry’s time at Eton, his infamous teenage escapades and how his gap year inspired him to become involved in many of the charities he is patron of today. After the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1997, the young teenager understandably struggled with the loss of his mother. After spending another…
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