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The life of Prince Harry
Take a look at Prince Harry’s life, from being cradled as a baby in the late Princess Diana’s arms to his recent charity work.
Take a look at the red-haired royal's life, from being cradled as a baby in the late Princess Diana’s arms to his recent charity work.
Prince Harry, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attend a Service of Commemoration to mark the end of combat operations in Afghanistan at St Paul's Cathedral on March 13, 2015 in London.
Lending a helping hand
Prince Harry plays with a three year old blind girl called Karabo during a visit to Phelisanong Children's Home on December 6, 2014 in Pitseng, Lesotho. Prince Harry was visiting Lesotho to see the work of his charity Sentebale. Sentebale provides healthcare and education to vulnerable children in Lesotho, Southern Africa. The particular theme of his visit was to check on the progress of the Mamohato Childrens Centre which will provide vital support to children affected by HIV. Prince Harry founded Sentebale (which means Forget Me Not in Sesotho) with Prince Seeiso in 2006.
Prince Harry is presented with a sword and shield as he meets traditional Omani Dancers during a visit to Nizra Fort on November 19, 2014 in Muscat, Oman. Prince Harry was on a three day visit to Oman before heading to Abu Dhabi to compete in a charity polo match for his charity Sentebale.
Sea of poppies
Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry visit The Tower of London's 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' ceramic poppy installation by artist Paul Cummins, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of First World War on August 5, 2014 in London.
Prince Harry poses with 11-year-old Caio Carvalho, a patient at the Rede Sarah Hospital for Nerological Rehabilitation injuries, as he visits the Rede Sarah Hospital on June 23, 2014 in Brasilia, Brazil. Prince Harry is on a four day tour in Brazil that will be followed by two days in Chile.
Part of the team
Prince Harry talks with wheelchair-bound basketball players during the launch of the Invictus Games at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London on March 6, 2014.
The Invictus Games for wounded, injured and sick service personnel will use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding of those who serve the country.
Trekking for charity
This photo released by Walking with the Wounded on Nov. 25, 2013 shows Britain's Prince Harry, right, in Antarctica for a charity walk to the South Pole with wounded servicemen and women from the United States and Britain. Harry can be seen pulling a toboggan that is guiding U.S. team member Ivan Castro, who is blind.
South Pole training
Harry (far left) and his teammates spent 24 hours in a cold chamber training for a November 2013 race with American and British service personnel to reach the South Pole. The 208-mile Walking with the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge will raise money to support wounded veterans.
British charity HALO's provincial manager Tony Jose Antonio (right) shows Prince Harry around a current mine clearance site in Cuito Cuanavale, Angola, on Aug. 18, 2013. Harry toured minefields remaining from Angola's brutal civil war and the remote southern town of Cuito Cuanavale, believed to be the most densely mined town in Africa.
Prince Harry poses in front of an Apache helicopter in an undisclosed location in this photo released on July 5, 2013. Prince Harry qualified as an Apache Aircraft Commander, the culmination of his training over the last three years.
Harry, known as Capt. Wales in the army, completed a 20-week deployment in Afghanistan as a co-pilot gunner on an Apache attack helicopter, and since then has flown missions in the U.K.
Prince Harry arrives at the Sentebale Gala Dinner in Johannesburg, South Africa on Feb. 27. Sentebale is a charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, which works with local grassroots organisations to help children who are victims of extreme poverty and Lesotho's HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Building a school
Prince Harry, center, helps lay the foundations for the Sentebale Mateanong Herd Boy School in Mokhotlong, Lesotho on Feb. 26, 2013. Founded by Prince Seeiso of Lesotho and Prince Harry, Sentebale is a charity that provides health care and education to vulnerable children in the African country. The school opened on Oct. 14, 2013.
In this Dec. 12, 2012 photo, Prince Harry wears a Christmas hat as he stands outside the "very high readiness" tent at Camp Bastion in southern Afghanistan. Capt. Wales, as Harry is known in the British military, has served as an Apache helicopter pilot/gunner.
Prince Harry talks with Alex Logan at the WellChild awards ceremony in London on September 3, 2012. Before their meeting, the 6-year-old boy had said he would tell the prince he was "glad he got his clothes on," referring to the nude photographs taken of Harry in Las Vegas. The prince had a laugh with Logan in person as he warned him to "not talk about that here."
Baring it all
British newspapers feature headlines about the nude photos taken of Prince Harry during his Las Vegas vacation, on August 23, 2012. The British royal family warned newspapers not to publish photographs of the prince in the buff, but The Sun printed the photos anyway on August 24.
Prince Harry (right) and Prince William leave the King Edward VII hospital in central London, on June 8, 2012, after visiting their grandfather, Prince Philip, who was recovering from a bladder infection that forced him to miss the queen's final Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Remembering the Queen Mum
Britain's Prince Harry arrives with Princess Eugenie (right) for a service marking the 10th anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on March 30, 2012. The late Princess Margaret, who died several weeks before her mother in 2002, was also remembered at the service at St George's Chapel in Windsor, England.
Prince of the skies
Prince Harry, or Capt Wales as he is known in the military, prepares his Apache helicopter to go out on a mission during his training in the U.S. on Oct. 11, 2011. The terrain at the California and Arizona bases where he was stationed is very similar to that of Afghanistan, making it extremely realistic and demanding for the pilots.
A prince near the Pole
Prince Harry is helped as he takes off his immersion suit, during training for the Walking with the Wounded expedition, on the island of Spitsbergen, situated between the Norwegian mainland and the North Pole, Wednesday March 30, 2011. The third in line to the British throne trained for three days before he accompanyed the team on the first five days of their four-week expedition.
Visiting army base
Prince Harry visits RAF Honington on July 14, 2010, in Suffolk, eastern England. During his visit, Prince Harry saw Fuchs armored vehicles that have been adapted to detect deadly gases on battlefields, watched recruits in training, officially opened a new mess and met wives of servicemen.
Pups for a cause
Prince Harry holds Veyron, an 8-week-old puppy, during a visit to the charity Canine Partners Training Center on July 13, 2010, in Midhurst, England. The charity specializes in assistance dogs, and the prince is particularly interested in helping wounded armed forces veterans.
Prince Harry and Prince William hold an African rock python during a June 2010 visit to the Mokolodi Education Center in Gaborone, Botswana, where the brothers started their first official joint tour of Africa, visiting the charities they support.
A proud day
Prince Charles, left, presents Prince Harry with the Peter Adams Award for tactical ability at the younger prince's pilot course graduation at the Army Aviation Center on May 7, 2010, in Andover, England. Prince Harry went on to fly Apache helicopters in the next section of his training.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, center, and her grandsons Prince William, left, and Prince Harry, right, attend the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the cenotaph in London, on, Nov. 8, 2009. Queen Elizabeth II led Britain's annual ceremony for the country's war dead, honoring them with a moment of silence as the military reported the 200th British soldier killed in combat in Afghanistan.
Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy attend the Investec Challenge match between England and South Africa at Twickenham on November 22, 2008 in London, England. Prince Harry dated Davy on and off for five years, but the two split up for good in January 2009.
A royal deployment
Prince Harry passes a man on a donkey while on patrol in the deserted town of Garmisir in Helmand province in Southern Afghanistan, on Jan. 2, 2008. As an officer in the Household Cavalry regiment, served for 77 days in the war in Afghanistan, but was sent back home after the global media revealed that he had been secretly fighting on the front line.
Prince Harry (middle of front row) and Prince William attend the Concert For Diana, at Wembley Stadium on July 1, 2007, in London. The brothers wanted a concert to mark the 10th anniversary of Diana's death with an event to celebrate her life.
Cracking a smile
Britain's Prince Harry, second from right, grins as his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II smiles while she inspects the Sovereign's Parade on April 12, 2006, at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, England. Harry, unlike his elder brother, Prince William, eschewed a university education in favor of enrolling in the military. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant into the Blues and Royals of the Household Cavalry Regiment, and completed his training as a tank commander.
A man reads the "The Sun" in London, January 2005. The headline is critical of Prince Harry for wearing a Nazi uniform at a costume party. He quickly issued a formal apology. Prince Harry also faced criticism after British tabloid News of the World revealed a video of Harry calling a soldier wearing a turban a "raghead."
In his mother's footsteps
Prince Harry and an orphan boy plant a peach tree at the Mants'ase Children's Home on March 3, 2004, in Mohale's Hoek, Lesotho. While spending time in Lesotho during his gap year after finishing at Eton, the prince made a documentary about children at the home, which helps children orphaned by and suffering from AIDS.
First day at Eton College
In September 1998, wearing the traditional Eton tailcoat, Prince Harry attends his first day of lessons at Eton College, following in his big brother's footsteps. The princes' uncle, Charles Spencer, the ninth Earl of Spencer, also went to Eton as did their maternal grandfather.
An outpouring of grief
Earl Spencer, from left, Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince Charles at Princess Diana's funeral, Sept. 6, 1997. The memorial services were watched by millions around the world. Prince Harry later told TODAY that for the brothers, time has gone by "really really slowly" since his mother's death.
Prince Harry of Wales
What’s it like to grow up as a famous royal? Take a look at Prince Harry’s life, from being cradled as a baby in the late Princess Diana’s arms to looking regal in his military uniform.
Prince Charles and Princess Diana leave St. Mary's Hospital with their second son, Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales. Born on Sept. 15, 1984, Prince Harry, as he is commonly called, is third in line for the throne.
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