01:59 PM EDT 06/19/2013
Originally posted 05/08/2013 01:00PM
Even titled nobility like Prince Harry can kick back and enjoy the basic gastronomic pleasure of a hamburger – chased by a mojito.
So it was proved only recently at London's Hard Rock Calling music festival, where Harry rocked stage-side to the American band The Killers while he also chowed down from the concert's food menu.
"Harry has joined us at Hard Rock Calling twice now and each time he has visited our Hard Rock Cafe tent," says the Hard Rock's Orlando-based executive chef Jason Gronlund, who describes the chain's Classic Legendary Burger as "topped with seasoned bacon, two slices of Cheddar cheese, a crisp fried onion ring, lettuce, tomato and pickles."
Originally posted 04/26/2013 01:50PM
When Harry met nappy!
Prince Harry will soon be an uncle – and he's already learning how to change diapers, or nappies as they're called in Britain.
With his sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, expecting her first child in July, Harry, 28, got a chance to try out his skills Thursday while visiting Headway, a charity that helps brain-injury survivors.
Originally posted 04/26/2013 09:35AM
Britain's young Royal Muggles had a magical day out with a visit to the studio where the Harry Potter movies were filmed.
Prince William, Kate and Prince Harry toured Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden near London, home to the newly launched Making of "Harry Potter" studio tour.
There, the royals, accompanied by 500 children and adults from charities they support, got a wand lesson, visited the Hogwarts Great Hall and saw props, costumes and models from the Potter series as well as some other movies.
"Where's my brother, why isn't he doing this?" William, brandishing a wooden wand, said during the lesson.
As Kate (who also had a wand, and wore a cream-colored dress with black spots from TopShop) and William giggled, they were given some "spell techniques' by tour guide Scott Heron, then asked to face a group of children called "Dumbledore's Army" – to whom William bellowed, "Expelliarmos!"
Originally posted 04/21/2013 02:15PM
Less than a week after twin explosions at the Boston Marathon left three dead and more than 180 wounded, Prince Harry made his way to Sunday's London Marathon to support the 36,000 runners heading toward the finish line.
Missing the annual event "was never an option as far as I was concerned," he told BBC News. "Everyone that was planning on coming is still here. No one's changed any plans."
Still, the memory of tragedy lingered in a hush as competitors observed a 30-second moment of silence in honor of those who didn't finish their race, reports CNN.
"The way Boston has dealt with it has been absolutely remarkable," added the prince.
Originally posted 04/19/2013 11:30AM
Prince Harry announced Friday his intention to follow in the footsteps of British hero Captain Scott and conquer Antarctica.
The world's favorite friendly royal will join three teams of wounded veterans as they race to the South Pole with the aid of the Walking With The Wounded charity, of which Harry is patron.
"The aim remains the same," Harry, 28, told reporters at the launch of the South Pole Allied Challenge in London. "To enable our wounded servicemen and women to do what they do better than anyone else I know. To meet a challenge head on and inspire others to do the same."
The event will start in December and see veterans from the U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia ski across 208 miles of the coldest, most inhospitable terrain on the planet for up to 20 hours a day.
Originally posted 03/27/2013 01:45PM
Her nursery in Apt. 1 A at Kensington Palace won't be move-in ready until the fall, but the Duchess of Cambridge – due in July – has been plenty busy feathering her nest.
She's been scouting out decorating supplies, a royal source tells PEOPLE. And after a difficult first trimester, "She's finally getting a chance to enjoy her pregnancy," says a Palace insider. "It's a fabulous time."
Originally posted 03/27/2013 10:25AM
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says no one will be getting naked when Prince Harry pays a visit to his state in May.
A listener asked Christie on a radio call-in show Monday if there are any plans to make sure the prince, 28, behaves. Christie says he'll be with Harry the entire time and that Queen Elizabeth II knows she can trust her grandson with the governor of New Jersey.
On his last U.S. visit, the third-in-line to the British throne was caught frolicking in the nude with a woman in Las Vegas after an alleged game of strip billiards.
Originally posted 03/25/2013 08:20AM
America, he's coming back!
Starting May 9, Prince Harry will make an extensive tour through Colorado, Washington, D.C., New York and an area in New Jersey badly hit by Superstorm Sandy – and end with a May 15 polo match in Greenwich, Conn., to aid his charity Sentebale.
In between, Harry, 28, will crisscross the country on behalf of his charities and the foundation he runs with his brother Prince William and sister-in-law Kate. He will also highlight the sacrifice of servicemen and women and the efforts to rehabilitate the injured.
Originally posted 03/18/2013 11:30AM
Chummy – and rummy?
Thing are apparently continuing to heat up between Prince Harry and girlfriend Cressida Bonas.
The photogenic couple met up this weekend at The Rum Kitchen restaurant and bar in London's Notting Hill. With them was Harry's cousin, Princess Eugenie.
The prince, 28, and Bonas, 24, first publicly seen together at last May's premiere of The Dark Knight Rises, were photographed together last month as they were skiing – and canoodling – on the slopes in Verbier, Switzerland.
Originally posted 03/07/2013 08:30AM
On his recent mission to Africa, Prince Harry said he hoped his late mother Princess Diana would be proud of his charity work there.
He's now added another reason to live up to that wish – by assuming the leading role in a campaign to raise funds that will mark the 25th anniversary of the Halo Trust, the landmine clearance charity that Diana was linked with at her death.
In the January before her fatal August 1997 car accident, Diana highlighted Halo's work when she walked through the minefields of the African country of Angola, and was famously photographed with a group of landmine victims as they sat under a tree.
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