El príncipe Harry visita a jugadores de rugby discapacitados

Prince Harry visits disabled rugby players

Prince Harry visits disabled rugby players

Blue blood with heart

wantedthe 02/03/2015 | 13:43

Prince Harry, the prince of the party, that was once! Meanwhile, the blue blood uses their time less for wild celebrations and scandals than much more for various charitable projects, which they support with all their might. Prince Harry is especially committed to sports, as he has shown again.

Always with a smile on his face and a mischief on his neck, Prince Harry became one of the most popular members of royalty. His rogue image made him interesting to many women, but sooner or later even a party prince reaches a point where other things are more important in life than fun and girls. Therefore, for years, Prince Harry has been involved in many social projects in which he puts all his heart and soul. However, he is not the background donor who only appears on official appointments, but also likes to make private visits to his protégés.

Prince Harry enjoys his social engagement

Last weekend, Prince Harry turned to injured players from the “Rugby Football Union”, as “Just Jared” reported. With a big smile on his face, Prince William’s little brother got out of the car and headed straight for the rugby players, who were certainly very happy with the royal visit. Prince Harry is the sponsor of the “RFU Injured Players Foundation”, which supports sick or injured players and wants to give them the joy of life. But we are not talking about Prince Harry if this visit was made with his work. He will continue to fight for many donations at one of the largest charity events in the world.

Prince Harry goes to the London Marathon

The London Marathon takes place every year, not only to create a framework for fantastic sporting achievements, but also to collect many donations. Prince Harry will not be missing either. Some time ago, he and his brother founded “The Charities Forum”, under the umbrella of which several solidarity projects converge, and that Prince Harry will also represent in the marathon. The goal is, of course, to collect as many donations as possible for a good cause so that the injured and disabled do not lose faith in life and sport.

The London Marathon kicks off on April 26, 2015. Prince Harry probably won’t show what his leg muscles have to offer, but just his presence shows that he has a good heart. We are keeping our fingers crossed that as many donations as possible are pooled to make Prince Harry’s work bear fruit.

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