Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the opening of the Mental Health Foundation Conference on Inclusion of Mentally Vulnerable Young People held at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Copenhagen
Princess Beatrice’s tweet about Harry.
The Invictus Games: Day Two
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I think he finds it a place where he can be himself pretty much. The places we work in are fairly remote. There is not that glare where everybody knows him. The children only know him as the person who turn up. They have no other context, it’s such a long way from their lives. They have no idea what his persona is outside of the person who keeps coming back, helping them painting walls and kicking a football about and doing practical things.
He’s got a very easy manner with children. They seem to like him. So he will wander along and one of the little ones will just hang on to him and he’s perfectly happy.
A lot of my staff in Lesotho have known him since he was a 19-year-old. They laugh about the boy who is now the man. He has grown up a huge amount in that time." - Cathy Ferrier (Sentebale) on Prince Harry (x)
Prince Harry meets the Australian Invictus Games Team.
As the Australians posed for a team photo underneath a nearly 100-year-old Murano glass chandelier, a boisterous “Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi” chant erupted in the main hall.
Prince Harry, in the middle of the group, looked bewildered at first, but then broke into a grin.
The chant was led by Leon Seccombe, who’s participating in archery, shot put, rowing and swimming events.
He said it was a spur of the moment call when a teammate suggested to him: “Come on, give it some.”
"So I whispered in the Prince’s ear, ‘Do you mind if we do an Aussie Aussie’ and he said ‘No, go hard’, so I said, righto here we go," Mr Seccombe explained afterwards.
#Photos William aujourd’hui [08 septembre 2014] à l’ouverture du The Dickson Poon University, d’Oxford Chine Building Centre.
#Vidéo William aujourd’hui [08 septembre 2014] à l’ouverture du The Dickson Poon University, d’Oxford Chine Building Centre.