onemoreblogaboutroyals:

Prince Harry was joined by brother Prince William and some other pals for a night on the town for one friend’s bachelor party (1.06.2013). 

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When Prince Philip turned up Harry sd: “You’re supposed to be looking at strimmers & tractors, grandpa. I didn’t know you were coming. Fantastic!” - @theroyaleditor via Twitter (via myroyallove)

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Prince Harry joked his dad might like to take some of the plants in his @Sentebale Chelsea Garden Show garden home afterwards – at a price.
Prince Harry: “If there’s anything that you might like, we can probably come to a deal,” he told Charles at his @Sentebale CGS garden.
- @theroyaleditor via Twitter (via myroyallove)

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duchessofc:

itsreigningmen:

Princes William and Harry wearing matching ties

HAHA! There is a shortage of tie prints at Windsor Castle…
 In the first one even the three of them are wearing the same!

classiccatherine:

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HRH Prince Harry waves off bike riders, watched by HRH Prince William @TedworthHouse official opening for Help4Heroes pic.twitter.com/jKop25YSPg

classiccatherine:

HRH Prince Harry waves off bike riders, watched by HRH Prince William official opening for Help4Heroes

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veronik-sky:

HRH Prince Harry and PM David Cameron are presented with dolls of themselves by ‘Makielab’ company co-founder Jo Roach during part of a UK business campaign called ‘GREAT’ at the Milk Studios on May 14, 2013 in Manhattan, New York.

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thebritishnobility:

Prince Harry attend the American Friends of The Royal Foundation dinner on May 14, 2013 in New York City,New York.

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britishroyals:

Ladies and Gentlemen, good evening.
I would like to pay tribute to John Studzinski, our President, and his fellow American Friends Directors, and the Benefit Committee for all they do to support‬‪ The Royal Foundation and its philanthropy.
Thank you, from William, Catherine and me. You are such an important part of our Foundation family.‬‪ Almost a year ago – on the day before the London Olympics – The Royal Foundation launched Coach Core. This flagship initiative seeks to mentor and train our next generation of truly inspirational young sports coaches.
The aim is that they, themselves, will then become mentors and role models to their peers and further generations over the years ahead.‬‪
We now have pilot schemes running in London and Glasgow in Scotland – and I am delighted to announce that funds raised this evening will support a similar programme to be run in partnership with Harlem RBI here in New York, and potentially others like it.
It is exciting that Harlem RBI’s Project Coach and our Coach Core will be linked in this way, sharing experience and lessons learned to provide opportunity and inspiration to disadvantaged young people here and back home in Britain.‬‪
I visited the project in Harlem this afternoon, and met many of these young people whose lives are being changed through the power of sport. As they learn and grow under the careful guidance of Harlem RBI, they represent living proof of what can be achieved. It was truly uplifting.
So, sport and coaching really does change lives. Who better to tell you this than the young coaches themselves? I am privileged to welcome to the stage Terell Jordan, one of our Foundation’s first Coach Core’s apprentice coaches from the UK, and Robert Saltares, who is already making a real difference to young people’s lives in Harlem.
-Prince Harry’s Speech at a dinner for The American Friends of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Picture Source: Getty Images

britishroyals:

Ladies and Gentlemen, good evening.

I would like to pay tribute to John Studzinski, our President, and his fellow American Friends Directors, and the Benefit Committee for all they do to support‬‪ The Royal Foundation and its philanthropy.

Thank you, from William, Catherine and me. You are such an important part of our Foundation family.‬‪ Almost a year ago – on the day before the London Olympics – The Royal Foundation launched Coach Core. This flagship initiative seeks to mentor and train our next generation of truly inspirational young sports coaches.

The aim is that they, themselves, will then become mentors and role models to their peers and further generations over the years ahead.‬‪

We now have pilot schemes running in London and Glasgow in Scotland – and I am delighted to announce that funds raised this evening will support a similar programme to be run in partnership with Harlem RBI here in New York, and potentially others like it.

It is exciting that Harlem RBI’s Project Coach and our Coach Core will be linked in this way, sharing experience and lessons learned to provide opportunity and inspiration to disadvantaged young people here and back home in Britain.‬‪

I visited the project in Harlem this afternoon, and met many of these young people whose lives are being changed through the power of sport. As they learn and grow under the careful guidance of Harlem RBI, they represent living proof of what can be achieved. It was truly uplifting.

So, sport and coaching really does change lives. Who better to tell you this than the young coaches themselves? I am privileged to welcome to the stage Terell Jordan, one of our Foundation’s first Coach Core’s apprentice coaches from the UK, and Robert Saltares, who is already making a real difference to young people’s lives in Harlem.

-Prince Harry’s Speech at a dinner for The American Friends of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

Picture Source: Getty Images

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thebritishnobility:

Prince Harry during his visit to the Harlem RBI baseball youth development program during the fifth day of his visit to the United States on May 14, 2013 in New York City. 

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