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Prince Harry has revealed his father was "a little bit concerned" about his trip to Antarctica and that he tried to calm Prince Charles' nerves ahead of the polar trek.
Harry said: "I obviously tried to keep him calm by saying the North Pole was the dangerous one because we were walking on frozen ocean, whereas this time, yes, there's crevasses - but hopefully the guys will take us around that.
"Apart from frostbite and stuff like that you should be able to look after yourself."
Prince Harry quipped that his brother William will be envious that he has managed to escape from a "screaming" Prince George.
Speaking as he prepares for a 200-mile polar trek in Antarctica, Harry said, "I think he's just quite jealous I managed to get away from a screaming child."
Prince Harry joked that he would need to break more than his toe to avoid competing in the Walking with the Wounded polar trek.
The prince said: "I obviously tried to break my toe to get out of the trip - that was a massive fail on my part.
"Friends of mine said, 'You need to go that step further and break your leg', but I chose not to.
"My toe is probably 95% now so I'm fine, and even if I mention my toe I see Duncan turn around and laugh at me, mock me, so whatever setbacks I've had is irrelevant against these guys - it's always going to be"
Prince Harry has been snowed in at his base camp in Antarctica following a storm and very high winds.
The 29-year-old prince and his fellow Walking With The Wounded expedition members were forced to postpone skiing training and remain confined to their basic accommodation blocks at Novo.
They have been have been resting and unpacking and repacking the kit they will take on the 200-mile trek to pass the time, with their departure date to the second base camp at 87 degrees south likely to be moved from today to tomorrow at the earliest.
Prince Harry has been getting used to life in the sub-zero conditions of the Antarctic ahead of his charity trek with wounded servicemen and women.
The 29-year-old prince made some final adjustments to the kit he will be taking with him on the 200-mile expedition and took part in some skiing training to acclimatise.
The Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge 2013, of which Harry is patron, will see the participants race across three degrees to the South Pole.
Prince Harry and a team of wounded servicemen and women have been preparing ahead of a charity trek through the Antarctic.
The prince and the servicemen arrived at the Novo airbase yesterday afternoon, where they are expected to stay for the next couple of days to acclimatise to the weather and make final preparations.
Service personnel are weighing their equipment, ensuring to keep it to a minimum.
After arriving in the Antarctic following four days with the crews in the South African sunshine, Prince Harry told ITV the teams' morale can fluctuate.
– Prince Harry
It's amazing how in six hours your morale can go from pretty high to hitting rock bottom.
The weather forecast is supposedly alright but it seems to be getting worse... we'll have to make the most of it.
But it's not really blue skies and sunshine.
Prince Harry has arrived in Antarctica ahead of the charity trek involving wounded servicemen and women. The prince and the servicemen arrived at the Novo airbase this afternoon, where they are expected to stay for the next couple of days to acclimatise to the weather and make final preparations.
They are due to rest tonight ahead of skiing training tomorrow.
Prince Harry joked as he made his way on to the plane to Antarctica, "Here we go, it starts now!"
The prince is heading to Antarctica to take part in a gruelling 200-mile polar trek with his team of 12 injured servicemen and women.
Prince Harry has left Cape Town on the final leg of his journey to Antarctica, where he will begin his polar trek challenge next week.
The prince will join a team of wounded servicemen and women to trek to the geographic South Pole for the Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge.
Prince Harry has flown from Cape Town to Novolazarevskaya Station, Antarctica , where he and the rest of the team will spend a few days acclimatising to the Antarctic temperature.