Prince Harry And His Life Events

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Prince Harry is the second child of Princess Diana and Prince Charles and his full name is Henry Charles Albert David. Apparently, Harry has a wonderful life, but he also had to face many problems and keeping his personal life was also a problem. He was born on September 15, 1984, at Saint Mary’s Hospital, weighting 6 lb 14 oz and was christened in Windsor, in Saint George’s Chapel by Dr. Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury. Harry’s biography is fairly complicated taking into consideration that his parents split when he was only 8 years old. His father told BBC that he never loved Diana, while she told journalists that in their marriage were three people, so it was a bit crowded, referring to Charles’ longtime love Camilla Parker Bowles. Diana tried to give Harry and his brother William a normal upbringing and chose for them a prestigious public boarding school, Eton College, where her brother and father studied as well.

She wanted Harry and his brother to understand people’s emotions, distress, hopes and dreams, but after 15 years of marriage, Diana and Charles divorced. It was a difficult period of time for Harry who was only 11. Later, in 1997, things became even more sad as Harry lost his mother, Princess Diana, in a car accident, which was caused by a 60-mph paparazzi car chase. Harry is known also for the parties he attended, but also for many scandals in which he was involved. Nonetheless, he also worked with AIDS orphans in Africa and made the documentary The Forgotten Kingdom as he wanted to carry on the things that his mother didn’t quite finish. 

In 2004, Prince Harry began to date Chelsy Davy, being one of the most stable love relationship that he had, but eventually, the two split. Prince Harry racked up a string of scandals such as being accused of cheating, caught with marijuana, scuffling with the paparazzi, attending a costume party dressed in a Nazi uniform. Because of these events, he was also known as the wild child of the royal family. In 2005, he attended his father’s wedding and later he began his life in the Army. He and his brother planned a concert to mark the 10th anniversary of their mother’s death. Harry also began a course that troops usually undergo before going to the war zone. In 2011, Harry was the best man at William’s wedding with Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey.

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