Prince Harry was all smiles as he chatted to Paralympians and watched the women's Goalball and the swimming heats at the Aquatics Centre with members of Team GB
Prince Harry was all smiles as he chatted to Paralympians and watched the women’s Goalball and the swimming heats at the Aquatics Centre with members of Team GB.
The young royal is moving on from his now-infamous Las Vegas photo scandal and has returned to royal duties, attending the WellChild Awards in London last night before heading to the Paralympics this morning.
Prince Harry was spotted chatting to Team GB athletes and watching the swimming heats at the Aquatics Centre (where he saw Ellie Simmonds qualify for the 50m final) and the women’s Goalball match at The Copper Box in the Olympic Park, where he cheered on Team GB to victory over Denmark.
Prince Harry, who dressed the part in a GB tracksuit, worked his charm as he posed for photos with fans, met Paralympic athletes, like former soldier Derek Derenalagi and gold-medallist swimmer Jessica-Jane Applegate, and was spotted holding a blue goal ball on the sidelines.
The royal charmer has brushed off his recent Las Vegas photo fiasco with his winning smile and sense of humour, and even told off six-year-old Alex Logan, who wanted to make a joke about Harry wearing clothes at the WellChild Awards, saying: ‘You keep looking up at your mum. It looks like you’re dying to say something but you’re worried she’ll tell you off.’