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Marching with Harry

Prince Harry makes his debut at Goodwood Motor Circuit

 

Today, Saturday 15th February, Prince Harry took part in a track day at Goodwood Motor Circuit run by the Royal Foundation Endeavour Fund.

 

HRH Prince Henry of Wales with Goodwood owner Lord March
HRH Prince Henry of Wales with Goodwood owner Lord March

Prince Harry getting ready to drive a Jaguar F-Type
Prince Harry getting ready to drive a Jaguar F-Type

Prince Harry on Goodwood Motor Circuit's track in a Jaguar F-Type
Prince Harry on Goodwood Motor Circuit’s track in a Jaguar F-Type

Prince Harry completed a series of laps in a classic Aston Martin DB4, a Lamborghini Gallardo, a Jaguar F-Type and an Aston Martin V8 Vantage. He also met injured servicemen that have been helped by the Endeavour Fund. Goodwood’s owner, Lord March, commented that he was “delighted” to have Prince Harry visit.

 

Here, yet again, is evidence that a leopard can change its spots. Prince Harry recently completed a trek to the South Pole for charity and also helped flooding victims in Windsor this week. Here is a man who is using his privileged position to do good whilst at the same time enjoys life to the max. Those who criticise him should cease and desist.

 

 

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1 COMMENT

  1. Dirty Harry is not exactly participating in the macho Cannon Ball run, however the notorious bare ass Prince, could be considered to be a celebrity. Hope he does not miss out on the La Brasserie onesie challenge and special offer on Monday. It is guaranteed to be a hoot.

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