Prince Harry has shown off the results of his photography skills in a series of images he took on a charity trip to Lesotho last week.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry embraced the macho image of the City trading floor today when he made a grab for a male broker dressed as the character Heidi.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry has joined a host of celebrities in revealing a secret about himself as part of a campaign to erase the stigma around HIV.Read the full story ›
Both the Queen and Prince Harry attended remembrance events today marking one hundred years since the start of the First World War.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh opened a new memorial garden in London dedicated to those killed at Flanders.
Prince Harry was at Westminster Abbey where he laid a cross in memory of the thousands killed in both world wars.
ITV News' Royal Correspondent Tim Ewart reports:
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Prince Harry received a great big hug from four-year-old Carson Hartley.Read the full story ›
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Prince Harry turns 30 today, reaching a landmark age after a turbulent childhood, some controversial gaffs and a successful army career.
The Prince has plenty to celebrate - his Invictus Games for injured servicemen and women has been hailed a success.
He also won the respect of the public by serving in Afghanistan, successful international tours and his charity work.
Harry will inherit an estimated £10.7 million from his late mother's estate, which a financial planning expert believed could "support him and a future family for generations".
Prince Harry's Invictus Games is hailed a success as it closes with star performances from the Kaiser Chiefs, Ellie Goulding and Diversity.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry says he wants to take his Invictus Games out of London and give the rest of the country a taste of its warrior spirit.
The international sporting event for wounded servicemen and women comes to an end on Sunday after five days of competition and Prince Harry said next time it could be staged in the north of England or Scotland before being taken abroad.
"We've now got America showing interest in 2016 and Canada showing interest in 2017, so the question is what do we do next year? I personally would love to keep it in the UK, maybe head north whether it be Glasgow, whether it be Sheffield, whether it be Manchester."