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Old 10-11-2017, 03:23 PM
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Prince Harry attends at the 100 Women in Finance Gala Dinner in aid of Wellchild in London tonight

Prince Harry attends 100 Women in Finance Gala Dinner | Daily Mail Online
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Old 10-11-2017, 04:13 PM
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Here are some more photos from tonight:


** gettyimages/zimbio: Prince Harry Attends 100 Women In Finance Gala Dinner In Aid Of Wellchild **
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Old 10-11-2017, 10:32 PM
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It will be quite a buzz when Harry finally has his lady on his arm when arriving for one of these events!
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Maybe next year! Harry looks very dapper in his bow tie and dinner jacket. I'm sure he had a wonderful time chatting with all the ladies around the room. Good on the 100 Women for choosing WellChild as their charity this year. It's a great cause. Harry is due to attend the WellChild evening soon.
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I love what Harry is doing for this organization and hopefully, as you state Curryong, it will generate more awareness of the needs of these families and donations will rise.

It is one thing to have focus on the tremendous work that is being done for children with special needs and their well being and their mental health so that they can, with confidence, explore the world around them and find their niche in it. What is sadly never brought to mind is that there are things needed and adjustments that need to be made to assure that a person has the tools to move about their world. Access ramps, wheelchairs, stair lifts and things like that rarely are brought to mind but are necessary and yet expensive beyond the means of ordinary people.

Well done Harry!
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Old 10-12-2017, 04:24 AM
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Harry certainly rocks 'black tie' from tip to shiny toe, but what really stands out for me is the air of total self-confidence and genial good humour he seems to exude. It's not that he is smiling so much as he looks like he is genuinely happy to be where he is, doing what he is doing and he hasn't got his "work" face on. He's standing around for photo ops with a lot of women and he doesn't look tense or like he wants to get out of there.
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Harry most certainly has what we call "the gift of the gab". He has the ability to make everyone he meets feel like his new best friend. The thing is that it isn't a "game face" or a "mode" but its actually all pure Harry.

He most certainly never looks like he'd rather be someplace else. Most people that I know that have that "gift of the gab" are still there talking with people after they've said they should get going an hour ago.
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Harry was doing what he does so well each year for this very important charity of his, the WellChild awards, bonding with very sick children and their parents following Paddington in the afternoon

. That included talking about his diet at breakfast time (hopefully Meghan will wean him off the sausage sandwiches, lol) and coaxing a shy little girl out from behind a pillar!

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Harry certainly rocks 'black tie' from tip to shiny toe, but what really stands out for me is the air of total self-confidence and genial good humour he seems to exude. It's not that he is smiling so much as he looks like he is genuinely happy to be where he is, doing what he is doing and he hasn't got his "work" face on. He's standing around for photo ops with a lot of women and he doesn't look tense or like he wants to get out of there.
I think these days Harry is generally happy--he seems to have found the someone to share his life and has worked through much of his anger and grief from his mother's death. And it shows.
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Is Harry the honorary head of any regiment?
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Yes. There are three of them that he's associated with at this point in time. From Wikipedia:

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Old 10-20-2017, 05:44 PM
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Is Harry the honorary head of any regiment?
Thanks, TLLK. The Honarary Colonelcy of Regiments like his father, brother and uncles and aunt have and his mother had? No, not yet. That will come though.

There was talk of a Colonelcy in the Royal Marines, I seem to remember, a while back. William received an honorary Colonelcy shortly before marriage so that might happen with Harry.

Harry served twice in war zones on active service, so you would think he would receive one. But, who knows....
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Prince Harry's Charities and Patronages

There will be a massive amount of reshuffling of patronages including military ones when Charles becomes King. Harry isn't the future head of the military. His brother is and still William only has one Army position- Irish Guards.
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Old 11-08-2017, 09:29 PM
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Court Circular 6th November:
Prince Henry of Wales, Patron, Sentebale, this evening held a Dinner at Kensington Palace.
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Old 11-11-2017, 11:15 AM
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Prince Harry who is patron of the Rugby Football Union attends at the International match between England and Argentina at Twickenham Stadium on November 11, in London

http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/fxze7...F/Prince+Harry

Prince Harry joins England rugby fans to remember the fallen
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Old 11-11-2017, 01:23 PM
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Thank you, Eya.
You are tireless in digging up these news.

Question for our British and Argentinian members: Is the war in 1982 still a sore point? Nationally and politically.
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Prince Harry met volunteers from the Commonwealth War Grave Commission (CWGC), which is the official match-day charity at the England game
He watched England vs Argentina rugby match
Prince Harry and Prince William Take in Separate Rugby Games


Prince Harry supported England at the Argentina match in Twickenham, London, earlier this afternoon
Princes Harry and William cheer on England and Wales | Daily Mail Online
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Gee, he went to the football! (That would be rugby in the UK). I have to say that I was impressed that he met the young CWGC volunteers which is good to acknowledge because the CWGC needs all the support they can get. And of course, that was the charity sponsored for the game.

He looked to be enjoying the game in the company of the Rugby Football Union president John Spencer and I smiled when I thought of how his PO's were totally indistinguishable from the rest of the crowd and wondered if they were rugby fans or football fans in purgatory!
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Prince Harry supported England at the Argentina match in Twickenham, London, earlier this afternoon
Princes Harry and William cheer on England and Wales | Daily Mail Online
Here are some extra photos from the England v's Argentina match at Twickenham stadium.

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Court Circular 21st November:
Prince Henry of Wales, Patron, Walking with the Wounded's Walk of America 2018, this evening attended a Reception at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1, and was received by Dr. Paul Knapman (Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London).

Court Circular 30th November:
Prince Henry of Wales, Patron, Sentebale, this afternoon attended a Board Meeting at 136 Sloane Street, London SW1.
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