Prince Harry

 
Royal photo puts race and power in focus
Royal photo puts race and power in focus
Prince Harry squints like a serious photographer as he points his £729 Fuji X100 camera at a Lesotho herder. The red-walled room they are in...
Royal hoax DJs taken off air amid anger over death
Royal hoax DJs taken off air amid anger over death
Two Australian radio presenters who made a hoax call to the hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine were taken off the air...
Ten things about Prince Harry
Ten things about Prince Harry
1. Prince Harry is third in line to the British throne, after his father, Prince Charles, and his elder brother, Prince William. Harry turns 28 on...
Las Vegas hails Prince Harry as a true son of Sin City
Las Vegas hails Prince Harry as a true son of Sin City
Another balmy Nevada night marched towards dawn and the revellers at the Surrender nightclub showed no sign of flagging. Young women in bikinis and...
[Video]Weekend 101: Court jester to crown jewels
[Video]Weekend 101: Court jester to crown jewels
Malema's not fooling about as Marikana mourns, while Greece goes bankrupt and Prince Harry goes au naturel. In a nutshell.
Prince Harry and the Bolt of lightning
Prince Harry and the Bolt of lightning
It wasn't much of a race, but then it really couldn't have been as the world's fastest man and Britain's Prince Harry met up on a track on Tuesday...
Prince Harry pays a visit to Sin City
Prince Harry pays a visit to Sin City
Prince Harry has made his first visit to Sin City.
Prince Harry apologises for racist remark
Prince Harry apologises for racist remark
Britain's Prince Harry apologised on Saturday after a newspaper website published video footage showing him calling an Asian army colleague a...
British princes set out on Wild Coast charity trek
British princes set out on Wild Coast charity trek
Britain's Prince Harry and Prince William on Saturday began a 1 600km motorbike race across South Africa to raise money for charity.
Prince Harry gets his hands dirty
Prince Harry gets his hands dirty
Britain's Prince Harry pledged on Tuesday to continue his efforts helping some of Africa's most vulnerable children.

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