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Prince Harry to know about impact of climate change on Caribbean's environment

Prince Harry to know about impact of climate change on Caribbean's environment

London [UK], Nov.28 : It will be a royal day on Grenada beach today as Prince Harry will be on a visit to learn about the impacts of climate change is having on the Caribbean's environment.

Prince Harry credits mom Princess Diana for his charity work

Prince Harry

Washington D.C., Oct. 1 - Prince Harry has always been kind at heart and has devoted his life for good causes, but he credits someone else for his generous nature.

Prince Harry makes `acting` debut as `gardener` in RWC 2015 clip

Prince Harry

Washington D.C., Sept 19 - You'll be surprised to know that Prince Harry is not just a royal or a military servant, he is more than that as he has made his acting debut in the newly released opening ceremony introduction clip for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

A young and beardless Prince Henry of Wales can be seen in early 19th century attire as a gardener raking leaves in the short film, which is dramatically filmed to depict rugby's origin story at the famed 1823 Rugby boarding school, People Magazine reported.

Prince Harry changed tyres, cooked BBQ during Namibia adventure

Prince Harry changed tyres, cooked BBQ during Namibia adventure

Washington D.C., Sept. 10 - 'Adventurous' Prince Harry changed tyres, slept under the stars and helped in cooking BBQ during his five-day outing in Namibia.

According to People Magazine, the 30-year-old had an extraordinary encounter with an adult male lion that needed to be electronically tagged for research purposes.

CEO of Save The Rhino Trust, Simson Uri-Khob, said that when the lion was sedated and Harry just jumped right in and helped.

Uri-Khob said that Harry was like an African man, who likes sleeping under the stars knowing that he was close to dangerous animals.

Prince Harry ends army career after a decade

Prince Harry

London : Britain's Prince Harry officially left the army on Friday after more than a decade of full-time military service, including two stints in war-torn Afghanistan.

The fifth in line to Britain's throne, who had announced the decision to quit earlier this year, will now spend the next three months volunteering for front-line conservation projects in Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania and Botswana, Kensington Palace confirmed in a statement.


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