Prince Harry Turns Up the Charm and Puts on the Gloves During Sweet Royal Visits
Prince Harry had a busy time in Nottingham, England, yesterday, making three special royal appearances. First, Harry visited brain injury survivors at the Bradbury House, the new location for the brain injury association, where he donned blackout goggles, put his hand in gloves, and tried to change a fake baby's nappy while holding a weight in one hand, all in an effort to experience the physical limitations of brain injury victims. Harry then put on different gloves to hop in a ring at the KK Boxing Club with a few young boys before heading off to play DJ and present an in-house television show during a separate stop at the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies.
Harry has been increasing his royal duties ever since he returned from his tour in Afghanistan. He attended the London Marathon on Sunday, despite worries that it would be a security target after the Boston Marathon bombings. He will also be making a trip to the US in May, visiting Colorado, Washington DC and New York on behalf of the charities and foundation he runs alongside Prince William and Kate Middleton, who showed off her baby bump on Wednesday at her own royal engagement. Harry will meet up with his brother and the Duchess very soon, as they are all slated to appear at the inauguration of Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden tomorrow.