Harry, Prince of Wales, is an heir to the British throne. Currently, he is third in line to become Supreme Governor of the Church of England, following his father Prince Henry, and his elder brother, Prince William. Born in 1984 in London, Prince Harry enjoyed the luxurious childhood of royalty, although not without its hardships. Harry's mother, Princess Diana, was killed in a car accident that shocked the world in 1997, when he was 13 years old.
Prince Harry attended public schools until he was ready for higher education, when he attended Eton College. He studied Geography, Art History, and Art. Following graduation, Prince Harry spent a year in Australia working at a cattle farm. He also spent time that year in Losotho, where he volunteered at an orphanage. In 2005, Prince Harry joined the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, where he completed his training and became a lieutenant in 2008.
motorcross, skiing, and polo are among the activities that Prince Harry enjoys in his free time. During his early youth, he also got a reputation for being a partier and was caught by the press numerous times while drinking and partying with friends. He also stirred up some controversy by making statements that were called "unacceptable" by Prime Minister David Cameron, and "racist" by the Daily Telegraph. Prince Harry called a Pakistani office cadet his "little Paki friend" and referred to a soldier in a head covering as a "raghead." Prince Harry apologized both publicly and privately to his targets.
Harry tends to stay single, although the media has recently begun to speculate that he's dating British pop star Mollie King. Previously, Harry been attached to Chelsy Davy, with whom he parted ways in early 2009. Although they briefly began dating again in 2010, by the end of the year they had gone their separate ways.
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