Prince Harry Headlines

  • Naomi Watts Perfectly Sums Up Royal Wedding Excitement

    Everyone loves a royal romance. Naomi Watts might have once portrayed Prince Harry‘s mother, but now the Diana actress is rooting for his real-life future with Meghan Markle. “I think it’s lovely,” Watts told PEOPLE from the front row at the Burberry show during fashion week in London’s Shepherd’s Bush on Saturday night. She added of the wedding, “It’s the union of two people, making a promise, there’s nothing better than that, it’s so romantic.” The 49-year-old actress starred in the...

    PEOPLE.com
  • London fashion: 70s vibe at Mouret, glamour from Temperley

    Could fusty-looking tapestry and army boots look desirable? Roland Mouret and Temperley worked their magic at London Fashion Week catwalk shows Sunday, showcasing their latest womenswear styles for the upcoming autumn and winter season alongside other designers.

    Washington Post
  • Government urges councils to waive road closure charges for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding

    The government is urging councils to waive their charges for road closures on May 19, in the hopes of encouraging Britain to celebrate the Royal wedding with thousands of street parties.

    The Telegraph
  • Prince Harry reveals he had to give up rugby after 'numerous injuries'

    Prince Harry has told how he had to give up rugby after suffering “numerous injuries”, admitting he still pines for the game like a “Labrador with a tennis ball”.

    The Telegraph
  • Prince Harry shows off sporting skills at London youth centre

    Prince Harry got stuck in with the kids at Roundwood youth centre in Harlesden.

    The Telegraph
  • Prince Harry likely won't wear a wedding ring when he gets married — here's why

    Owen Humphreys - WPA Pool/Getty Images, Skitch Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will wed on May 19 at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. But Prince Harry may or may not choose to wear a wedding ring to symbolize the marriage. Prince William and Prince Philip have never worn wedding bands. Conventional marriage rules need not apply to the royal family.See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: Why you shouldn't panic when markets tumble See Also:Everything you need to know before...

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