Prince Harry Turns 30! What’s Next for the Prince?
HRH Prince Harry was born third in line to the throne after his father Prince Charles and elder brother Prince William. At the number three spot, Harry didn’t always have as much pressure as William, but he is still a highly visible member of the Royal Family as a son of the Prince of Wales.
Cut to 2013. Harry said goodbye to his longtime position when William’s son George was born. Now with the impending arrival of a second baby for William and his wife Kate, Harry will move down to fifth in line. So what does one do?
I’ll tell you one thing: when it comes to making a name for himself, the ginger-haired Harry hasn’t disappointed. He has carved out a royally respectable role for himself over the years, and no matter what place he falls in the line of succession, Harry will be a beloved figure to all.
It all began after Harry’s graduation from historic Eton College, when he took the traditional gap year. He went to Australia, Argentina and Africa, where he made a documentary about the plight of orphans in Lesotho. Harry was deeply moved by the lives of children whose families were devastated by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It was a cause that his mother had championed, and Harry took up the reins in her memory.
It was in the tiny landlocked African country that Sentebale was born in 2006. Together with royal colleague Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, Harry created this organization to help the local children get an education, access to recreational activities and other community projects to enrich their lives.