Gallery PUBLISHED: 17:07 10 May 2018 | UPDATED: 18:06 10 May 2018 Amy Gibbons 3 Regiment Army Air Corps practise marching at Wattisham Airfield in Suffolk as they prepare for the forthcoming royal wedding. Picture: AARON CHOWN/PA WIRE Excitement for the royal wedding was mounting this afternoon as Suffolk army personnel who served with Prince Harry prepared for their part in the ceremony. Members of 3 Regiment Army Air Corps (3 Regt AAC), based in Wattisham, also spoke about what it was like to serve alongside the prince. Prince Harry served with the Army Air Corps at Wattisham between May 2011 and January 2014. He arrived after completing flying training on the Apache attack helicopter at the Army Aviation Centre in Middle Wallop, Hampshire to carry out further training at the Suffolk base. It was with 662 Squadron, 3 Regt AAC that he was deployed to Afghanistan as a pilot between September 2012 and January 2013. Twenty-three soldiers, one sergeant and one officer from … [Read more...] about Prince Harry’s ex-comrades gather in Suffolk base to prepare for upcoming royal wedding
Prince William (left) and Prince Harry bowing their heads as their mother's coffin is taken out of Westminster Abbey following her funeral service. Picture: ADAM BUTLER/PA Princes William and Harry remain deeply affected by their mother’s death 20 years ago on August 31, 1997. Princess Diana. Picture: JOHN STILLWELL/PA William was 15 years old and Harry just 12 when their mother Diana died in a Paris car crash. The Duke and Prince appear to have dealt very differently with the emotional fallout following their bereavement, with William seemingly coping better with his feelings of “anger” while younger sibling Harry admits to receiving professional help. The Royal brothers chose the 20th anniversary year of Diana’s death to begin talking candidly about how they are still grieving. The backdrop to the year has been William, Kate and Harry’s mental health campaign, Heads Together, which has encouraged people to speak about their problems or be a … [Read more...] about How talking has help Prince William and Prince Harry cope with grief over Diana’s death
LONDON — It was a statement that confirmed Prince Harry’s burgeoning maturity and his iron determination to struggle for what he cherishes and believes in. Ready to fight for his right to lead a semi-normal life in a semi-crazed fishbowl environment. Ready to demand respect for the woman he loved, one he perhaps already hoped to marry. It was November, 2016, and in a statement released by his press secretary, Harry made clear that he would not let the British press hound Meghan Markle in the way it had pursued his mother, Princess Diana, shortly her death in a Paris car crash in 1997. His message was clear — back off! It was also a signal to the British public that he was determined to bring the divorced American actress into the royal fold. “This is not a game,” the statement read, expressing Harry’s belief that Markle’s safety was threatened by the intrusive press and what he called the “racial undertone” of much of the commentary … [Read more...] about Finding his way: Transformed Prince Harry ready to marry
Video PUBLISHED: 14:18 03 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:30 03 May 2018 York Cottage, which the Queen has given to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Picture: The Giant Puffin/Wikipedia Archant The Queen has reportedly gifted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a home in Norfolk. She is said to be giving the couple York Cottage, near Sandringham House. Buckingham Palace declined to comment on reports which have appeared on a number of websites today. The building currently houses the estate offices and staff accommodation. Portraits of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh hang from the walnut-panelled walls of its entrance hall, which has an open fire. The house is next to a lake on the edge of woodland, with sweeping views across Sandringham Park from its upstairs windows. The property was the home of Prince George, the Duke of York (later King George V) from the 1890s. He lived there with Princess Mary for 33 years after their marriage and King George VI - Prince Harry’s great grandfather was … [Read more...] about Have Prince Harry and Meghan Markle been given a house in Norfolk by the Queen?
Everyone's favourite royal couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, will become the Duke and Duchess of Uxbridge after they get married, it has been announced. It is understood that His Royal Highness has chosen the titles himself due to the seriously good time he had in the town during the late 2000s. The press was banned from reporting it at the time but Harry and brother William spent most Saturday nights in the town's pubs and clubs for a number of years. A source close to the Royal Family explained: "Everyone thinks that the princes spend every weekend ski-ing, playing polo or shooting pheasants. "But the reality is they are really normal guys. Rather than pretentious clubs in Chelsea or Mayfair they would prefer to head to Uxbridge where nobody was that bothered about how stinking rich they were. "They have had some epic nights out, although Harry was barred from Liquid for a while after a bouncer accused him and a young woman from Yiewsley of getting a little bit too frisky on … [Read more...] about Prince Harry & Meghan Markle to become Duke & Duchess of Uxbridge