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Prince Harry Opens Up About the Loss of His Mother, Diana

Prince Harry took a rare opportunity to speak about the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, while opening a children’s centre in Lesotho on Thursday. The Prince, who is currently undertaking a seven-day tour of South Africa, said his mother’s passing had left “a gaping hole that could never be filled.” In an emotional and touching speech, Harry voiced…
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Opinion

Will Prince Harry fade from the headlines?

Growing up in the shadow of a future monarch must be hard. Firstly, while raised as a prince/princess, it is a job that you may never fully fulfil. The chances of one day being sovereign are very slim and society expects you to find a career path to match their expectations…
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Prince Harry's Lesotho and South Africa Tour Details Released

Prince Harry is set to visit Lesotho and South Africa next week, 26 November to 3 December, and Kensington Palace have released more details. The visit will highlight the Prince’s efforts on behalf of children and conservation efforts. Harry’s visit begins in Lesotho, where he will visit with the Prime Minister, Dr. Pakalitha Bethuel Mosisili, and King Letsie III. He will then attend…
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Prince Harry to attend Royal Variety Performance

As previously announced, His Royal Highness Prince Harry will be attending the Royal Variety Performance on Friday 13 November at the Royal Albert Hall. Comedian/Actor Jack Whitehall will host the evening and highlights will include performances by Sir Elton John, One Direction, and Kylie Minogue. Every year The Royal Variety Performance takes place in London or in a theatre around the United…
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State & Ceremonial

Royal Family set to attend remembrance events

Over the following week members of the Royal Family will take part in multiple events to mark Remembrance in England and across the world in Australia. To start off, The Duke of Edinburgh and his grandson, Prince Harry will visit the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey…
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Prince Harry attends service and meets families of bomb disposal experts killed in action

Prince Harry attended a service at St Paul’s Cathedral on Thursday to mark the 75th anniversary of Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) across the British Armed Forces. Officially formed in October 1940, the initial Royal Engineers bomb disposal unit performed a significant role over the course of the World War Two, dealing with tens of thousands of unexploded bombs in the UK and abroad. Since…
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