Prince Harry played pool with his friends, and a bunch of girls he brought up to his room, in Las Vegas, and apparently he lost so he had to take his clothes off, and so did some of the girls. Of course, being such trustworthy nice girls, Harry let them take pictures of him without anything on.
It seems Harry is the only royal who knows how to have a really good time. When you know you’ll never be King, you might as well live like a Prince.
Prince Harry told a black comedian who performed at his father’s 60th birthday in November:
"You don’t sound like a black chap."
The comic’s name is Stephen K Amos, and he thinks Harry meant that as a racist comment.
It seems like Amos heard the news about the other "racist" comments Prince Harry has made, so he figured it might be a good thing for his career if he could get himself in the middle of a little controversy at Harry’s expense.
We think Amos is overreacting to get his 15 minutes of fame.
Prince Harry is currently in Africa again building a special needs school this time. With all the free money, construction, and other aid, when will Africa become an independent nation? Until that day comes, the royal family princes will become men working to help others.
Prince Harry (23) received a campaign medal for his service in Helmand province, Afghanistan today. He served 10 weeks of a four month tour, but it was cut short after the media revealed his location. Chelsy Davy (23) was Harry’s special guest, and she sat with Prince William during the ceremony.
It won’t be long now before the royal princes get married, and have babies.
Prince Harry has made a legitimate effort to help children, but it turns out the money being spent is going mostly to the CEO, and other expenses. People reports:
After his return from combat in Afghanistan, Prince Harry has been enjoying the some African sun with girlfriend Chelsy Davy – but he’s taking heat of a different kind in the nearby country of Lesotho.
There, in 2006, with the tiny kingdom’s Prince Seeiso, Harry founded a charity called Sentebale to help orphans. But Sentebale’s newly released financial records show that for the first 17 months there were $2.2 million in donations – with only just 7.5 per cent going directly to children in need.
The charity spent nearly $1 million on start-up costs and pricey vehicles, plus $180,000 on the CEO’s salary and private schooling for his children abroad. "Where’s The Money for Orphans, Harry?" queried one British newspaper headline.
Harry’s courtiers counter that the funds were spent on hiring "first-class staff," and that significantly more money will soon flow to Lesotho’s orphans. "The last thing Prince Harry wanted was for the charity to distribute money fast without proper safeguards," says a Palace source.
Co-founder Prince Seeiso also tells PEOPLE, "We told ourselves we would not dish out money willy-nilly unless the structures are in place. Every dollar sent to an institution should be accounted for."
Since when does the CEO of a charity deserve a $180,000 salary? It’s a charity, not a stepping stone to a bigger and better career. Charities also need to spend as much of the money as they can to help kids, not try to spend most of the money trying to manage the money. This organization has its priorities backwards.