Harry – Prince of Flirts

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Marking 60 years of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, the Diamond Jubilee celebrations centred around an extended weekend, from 2-5 June 2012. The highlights of the weekend included the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant, BBC Concert at Buckingham Palace, service of thanksgiving and balcony appearance and fly past. The occasion was also marked by people getting together for Big Jubilee lunches up and down the country and the lighting of thousands of Jubilee beacons around the world. Everybody was present, including the heirs to the throne of England, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry.


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As usual, Prince Harry was the centre of attention. He and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton were spotted talking and laughing. Prince Harry stated that Kate was the sister he never had. While Kate’s husband, Prince William stood formally, his cheeky brother whispered and talked to his sister-in-law. One might say that Kate has been welcomed into the heart of the Royal Family.

The three of them get along so well, that Prince Harry moved near William and Kate at Kensington Palace, living in a small one-bedroomed flat.


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The Queen, Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watch the flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.


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Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry enjoying the Jubilee Concert, where great artists such as Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney, Jessie J, Gary Barlow and Kylie Minogue performed.


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Princes William and Harry were in very high spirits at the concert.

Prince Harry most certainly had a lot of fun during the Queen’s Jubilee Celebration, alongside Kate Middleton and her husband, Prince William. In fact, he had so much fun, that he played the tambourine, alongside Gary Barlow and the famous Military Wives choir. He did not appear on the stage, but he merely recoded it. Here is the article on the online version of the Telegraph.

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