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Old 03-22-2016, 07:49 PM
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Good that CNN reported Harry's sympathy for earthquake survivors.

Harry was a cute little boy and it's great that he met the ex Gurkha who looked after him when he was six.
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Old 03-23-2016, 07:00 AM
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What a great tour well done Harry. He is such a natural caring man it shines through all he does. Bet Granny is pleased


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Old 03-23-2016, 09:30 AM
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Yes, I'm sure she is! He's performed some varied and interesting activities with grace and good humour.
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Old 03-23-2016, 09:44 AM
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Prince Harry has visited the Kanti Children's Hospital in Kathmandu, where he met young people who are being treated in the hospital's burns unit. Many of the child patients were injured in accidents at camps for families displaced by the 2015 earthquake-
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Prince Harry has thrown his support behind Nepal's fight to end child marriages, telling a summit the cycle of illiteracy, poverty and ill health it leads to must be broken with education. Harry spoke out about the practice, which condemns young girls to a life with few opportunities, as he opened the Nepal Girl Summit with the nation's first woman president, Bidya Devi Bhandari. Later Harry travelled to Bhaktapur, where he visited the Samo Thimi Technical School-

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Prince Harry has met with Gurkha veterans at their headquarters in Pokhara today as part of his visit to Nepal-
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Prince Harry is trekking through the Himalayan foothills and is meeting with Ghurkha families. As part of his five-day tour, Prince Harry also wants to draw attention to the help still needed in Nepal to aid recovery after last year's devastating earthquakes which killed nearly 9,000. At the end of the day he is staying with a family with links to the Gurkhas in their home in a hamlet, and watched a cultural show performed by local people-
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Prince Harry's ginger beard was turned a deeper shade of red when he joined in the playful mayhem of a Hindu festival. The 31-year-old's cheeks and forehead were covered when he took part in a powder paint fight as Nepalese schoolchildren celebrated Holi, the Hindu festival of colour. Marking the arrival of spring, its central ritual sees revellers throw powder paint and coloured water at each other as social conventions are relaxed-
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Old 03-23-2016, 09:47 AM
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I did not know Harry was even on a tour, until it was over. Does anyone know why there was such limited coverage.
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Old 03-23-2016, 09:51 AM
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Prince Harry: Official Visit to Nepal - March 20-23, 2016

Harry is staying in Nepal for an extra 6 days to rebuild a school.

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In his speech Prince Harry also announced he'll be staying in the country for the next week to work on an earthquake relief project.https://twitter.com/kensingtonroyal/...36324805652480
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Old 03-23-2016, 09:56 AM
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What? That's unexpected and great news!
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Old 03-23-2016, 09:59 AM
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I did not know Harry was even on a tour, until it was over. Does anyone know why there was such limited coverage.
He was in British newspapers, with photos in papers like the DM, the Telegraph and the Sun. There were news reports on CNN and Sky as well as BBC reports. His photos have been all over the Internet and on all the various Royal forums every day since it began.

So Harry is staying for nearly an extra week to help. Well done, Harry!
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Old 03-23-2016, 10:08 AM
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Harry should be doing this on a regular basis. He has no job, he isn't married with children. Not a full-time royal. He should stay in Nepal for at least a month
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Old 03-23-2016, 10:12 AM
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I know ardent supporters know. I follow royals not as ardent as some people and I did not know until yesterday.

That's a great idea he is doing this . Good for him.

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Harry should be doing this on a regular basis. He has no job, he isn't married with children. Not a full-time royal. He should stay in Nepal for at least a month
That's true.
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Old 03-23-2016, 10:54 AM
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In another thread I also argued at the time of the floods in Cumbria, York and Scotland that it wouldn't have hurt Harry, the Cambridges and the York princesses to have donated a day each of their time towards helping with flood relief, and I still think that would have been a magnificent gesture to help their fellow countrymen and women.

It didn't happen, for which I'm sorry, as I think royals should help in that way. That doesn't take away from Harry's warm hearted gesture in helping out for a week in Nepal though, one iota!
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One thing though. If Harry stayed in Nepal for another month, he'd be cutting it close for whatever he'll need to do for the Invictus games. They're to begin in Orlando on May 8th. Of course I have absolutely no clue just how involved Harry is in the preparations and such for the games.

I think its great he's decided to stay and help with the rebuilding efforts in Nepal. Its probably something he saw that needed to be done and from there, decided to stay and help out. Not as a PR stunt or a "look at me" gig but because he honestly wants to help.
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Old 03-23-2016, 11:12 AM
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Prince Harry: Official Visit to Nepal - March 20-23, 2016

No way did get there and then decided to a stay a week extra to help out. It would have planned beforehand. People would have been to Nepal to check things before the tour. He would have his RPOs with him would have already been out of country for several days, you don't say sorry guys we are staying for another week spur of the moment.

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Old 03-23-2016, 11:14 AM
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Very good points that I didn't consider. The more I think about it, you're absolutely right that there is more involved than just up and deciding he's staying in a place for 6 days.
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Of course it wasn't a last minute decision and would have been planned. It's still good that Harry is helping though. The country needs every bit of help it can get.
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Old 03-23-2016, 12:18 PM
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Harry is staying in Nepal for an extra 6 days to rebuild a school.

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In his speech Prince Harry also announced he'll be staying in the country for the next week to work on an earthquake relief project.https://twitter.com/kensingtonroyal/...36324805652480
these are wonderful pictures from the Hospital visit.
Harry not only has a warm heart but charisma

Its wonderful that he is staying an extra 6 days.
Obviously the Queen did not give him permission to stay a month, or else it would be done. Its the Queen that controls everything

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'He's very brave': An emotional Prince Harry high fives a little boy who has had six toes amputated as he meets burns victims during a tour of a Kathmandu hospital* | Daily Mail Online
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Old 03-23-2016, 12:52 PM
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Just because one don't see Harry out and about working does not mean he's not busy working.

This whole trip has been wonderful. Harry lights up when he's with people and people lights up when they are with him.
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these are wonderful pictures from the Hospital visit.
Harry not only has a warm heart but charisma

Its wonderful that he is staying an extra 6 days.
Obviously the Queen did not give him permission to stay a month, or else it would be done. Its the Queen that controls everything

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'He's very brave': An emotional Prince Harry high fives a little boy who has had six toes amputated as he meets burns victims during a tour of a Kathmandu hospital* | Daily Mail Online
Good point! If this is what the Queen wants, who are we to question it?
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