The 27-year-old prince has been in Brazil for the last three days to push a Government-sponsored initiative to promote the UK as a trade and tourist destination on the back of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics.
Typically, he brought his own brand of joi de vivre to the proceedings, playing beach volleyball and taking part in a fun run wearing a mask of his brother. And yesterday was no different. For instead of arriving in the back of a blacked-out 4x4 like other players, Harry took a leaf out of his grandfather's book and turned up at the Haras Larissa polo ground in the depths of Brazil driving a horse-drawn carriage.
Harry had been 'overwhelmed' by the reception he has been given on his first solo royal tour on behalf of the Queen to mark her Diamond Jubilee, which has seen also him travel to Belize, the Bahamas, Jamaica. Read Full Post From The Daily Mail
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