Hooray to the Prince!
Toady, Sept 15 , Prince Harry, the younger son of Prince Charles of Wales and the late Princess Diana, turns 31. He just came home from Africa where he spent the whole summer working on conservation projects. In celebration of his Big Day, he will be busy attending several events in the next few days. And on top of the list is the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, with the RAF flypast. And after that, a series of events in the run up to the Rugby World Cup.
He is the vice president of the England’s Rugby Football Union (RFU). He will be attending the first match with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the opening ceremony.
As a patron of the group, Prince Harry will also join in the Walk of Britain, a trek through the UK alongside wounded veterans, on behalf of the Walking With The Wounded. Next month, he will travel to Washington D.C. for the Invictus Games before he returns to South Africa where he will meet again the orphans of AIDS victims, helped by his charity, Sentebale.