Prince Harry – A Royal Rebel

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Prince Harry is one of the most important figures in the world, and the tabloids go on an on about him. It is not the career of Prince Harry that holds the front page, but his rebellious attitude. While some may say that Prince Harry is the black sheep of the British Monarchy, the truth is that he just brings spice to it, making it more juicy. Let’s face it, the conservatory spirit of the Royal Family would not be the same without Prince Harry, who is the living proof that a prince can have some fun once in a while.

Prince Harry was born on September 15, 1984. When he was only 12 years old, his mother, Princess Diana, died in a tragic car crash. The little boy was devastated, but he showed a great bravery. However, many people think that his rebellious nature is his form of dealing with this huge loss. Then, another reason would be that Prince Harry is only the third in line for the throne, after his father Charles and his brother William. This is why Prince Harry was ‘allowed’ more liberty, and he was able to do many more things than his older brother. Prince Harry got involved in some scandals, though, which did not please the Royal Family. He did not care, as he wanted to pursue his dreams at whatever costs and to enjoy his life to the fullest.

One of the latest blasts in which Prince Harry was involved happened after some pictures of him and a cocktail waitress kissing were released to the media. The 26-year-old brunette is named Jessica Donaldson, but she immediately stated that nothing happened between her and Prince Harry, and she was upset because of the photos. She also said that Prince Harry is a sweet guy. Well, the truth is that Prince Harry can be quite charming and every girl dreams about being the next Kate Middleton. I think that there will be a while until Prince Harry settles down, but we are looking forward to see what will the royal rebel do next.

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