Prince Harry in an Invictus vest!!!! VEST!!! Honk for the vest!!
Here are some photos of Prince Harry arriving and exiting the Radio 2 studio in London. He appeared on a morning radio show to chat about the upcoming Invictus Games in Florida, May 8-12. Michelle Obama will be there to see her ginger bae. Morgan Freeman will also be there in some formal capacity, likely to open the show. While Harry appeared on the radio show, he said “arse.” And people are upset! He was talking about the games and he said: “It is epic amounts of fun, and it’s for everyone. And these guys are fantastic ambassadors for going out there and putting on a show. They want to be able to serve their country again, put the Union Jack on their left breast and kick the arse out of life.” Clutch your royal pearls, Harry is talking about arses.
Meanwhile, Harry also visited a primary school in Berkshire yesterday and one ballsy little 9-year-old asked Harry if he was ever going to be king.
Harry was visiting a primary school in Berkshire when one of the pupils, a nine-year-old boy called Tristan, asked him: “Are you ever going to be King?”
“That’s the question everybody wanted, let’s be honest!” laughed the Prince, adding: “You’ll be glad to know, probably not!”
Tristan looked rather crestfallen, so the Prince dashed across the school hall at Lambs Lane Primary School in Wokingham, saying: “Oh look at the disappointment! I love that! I’m going to give you a high five.”
Tristan said later: “I just want Prince Harry to do what he wants, what he really, really wants. I think it would be a fun experience for him to be king. I would love to see him be king.”
You can read more about the event at The Telegraph, it was really sweet and he was there to talk to kids about being more accepting of people with physical, mental and emotional issues and all of the differently-abled in society. He came across really well. And I’m sad that he’s not going to be king too, Tristan. But I do think it’s interesting that Harry said “probably not” rather than “no.” Hm…
HONKS FOR KING HARRY IN A VEST.
Photos courtesy of WENN.