Prince Harry has set out his mission as an uncle!
Harry told the reporters on Thursday that he would make sure his new nephew, Prince George Alexander Louis, would have 'fun' growing up.
Fun Uncle Harry is a wonderful, approachable and accessible royal and has a wonderful ability to connect with the public, just like his mother, Princess Diana. The British Royal just like an ordinary person, likes having fun. But no matter how real he might be, he has made headlines for his unsuitable behavior, as an ignorant royal from a very young age with his playboy escapades and non-royal ways i.e. underage drinking and smoking marijuana.
As it’s said, ‘with great power comes great responsibility’, here’s what we want Prince Harry to teach his nephew, who is third in line to the throne and will be known as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge (while making sure he’s having fun growing up).
1. How Not To Make Wrong Choices For Costume Parties:
Remember ‘Harry The Nazi’ story?
Harry appeared in Olympic show jumper Richard Meade's costume party dressed up as a German soldier, complete with army uniform and Nazi armband in 2006 which created lots of trouble or the Royals, even after Harry issued an apology.
2. How Not To Create Trouble By Partying Nude In Las Vegas:
Photos of Harry partying naked with girls in Los Vegas were published in 2012. These images of the party prince playing “strip billiards” at the Wynn Hotel and Casino caused great dismay within the Royal family.
3. How Not To Compare War To A Video Game:
Price Harry while giving an interview to the British media compared fighting in Afghanistan to playing a video game and for this he was accused by Taliban to be mentally sick and was criticized severely.
4. How Not To Make Racist Comments:
a. Prince Harry told Stephen K Amos,he didn’t “sound like a black chap”:
Funnyman Amos performed a stand-up show for Prince Charles’ 60th birthday last year and harry after watching his performance, told him, “You don’t sound like a black chap.”
b. Prince Harry Called An Asian Soldier 'Paki':
Prince Harry got embroiled in another race shame row after calling a fellow soldier "a Paki". He was caught on camera by nobody else but himself. The incident took place in 2009 during an Army training course.
Harry was forced to apologise for using offensive language after video footage emerged.
5. How Not To Be Caught On Camera!
The British Royal, sometimes labeled a “bad boy,” has gone through all of that mentioned above. Either, he is clicked nude in Vegas or caught on camera while making racist remarks. He must (hopefully) now be aware how to avoid cameras. This is something he MUST teach to the newest member of the royal family.
These are a few things that we want Prince Harry to keep in mind while making sure his nephew is having FUN while growing up.
The fun part gets a little tricky for the Royals, doesn’t it?