Prince Harry was born on September 15, 1984 in Paddington, London, England as Henry Charles Albert David Windsor. He is known for his work on Trooping the Colour (1939), Princes of the Palace (2016) and CTV National News (1961). He has been married to Meghan Markle since May 19, 2018. During the 2013 South Pole Allied Challenge, he achieved the distinction of being the first member of the royal family to visit the South Pole. In 2004, he turned producer for the documentary titled, The Forgotten Kingdom, which focused on the plight of AIDS-stricken in Lesotho. Prince Harry served 77 days in Afghanistan in 2007 and 2008.
|Favorite Things & General Information|
|Favorite Color||Black || Blue|
|Favorite Food||English meat pie made with ground beef || fish cakes|
|Hobbies||Horse riding || Playing Wheelchair Basketball || Working out|
|Favorite Movie||Zulu (1964)|
|Favorite Place||South Africa landlocked|
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Career in Army
As third in line to the British throne, Harry was often the subject of media attention, and in January 2005 he encountered intense criticism when he attended a party wearing a Nazi uniform with a swastika armband. The prince later apologized for what he conceded was a serious error of judgment. In February 2007 it was announced that Harry’s army regiment would be deployed to Iraq, but, on advice from the armed services, it was decided that neither Harry nor William would serve with Britain’s forces in Iraq, for fear that they would become specific targets of attack and so put their fellow soldiers at excessive risk. However, in December 2007 Harry began serving a tour of duty in Afghanistan after the British media agreed to not publicize details of his service; his tour ended in February 2008 after foreign news outlets reported his deployment. In 2012–13 he again was stationed in Afghanistan, where he served as a helicopter pilot. Harry, who attained the rank of captain, left active service in 2015.
“Conversations with my mother, father, my grandparents, as I’ve grown up have obviously driven me towards wanting to try and make a difference as much as possible”.