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Prince Charles Visits Urban Farm and Wounded Soldiers in Washington USA Tour

It's a busy life being a Prince! Just a few days after taking his part as Father of the Groom at William and Catherine's wedding, Prince Charles flew off to the Washington in the USA on a tour where he concentrated on his passions of organic farming and environmental sustainability.

The two day USA tour starting 3rd May 2011 was the first offical engagement by Prince Charles since William and Catherine's Royal wedding, which enthralled not only the UK but millions of Americans too.

Prince Harry's Arctic Training in Spitzbergen with Walking With the Wounded

During the days in Spitzbergen, Norway, Prince Harry and the Walking with the Wounded team practised arctic essentials like setting up tents to form a camp in the biting arctic weather, ski-ing mountains and racing snow mobiles whilst training for the Arctic expedition, whereby Prince Harry would join the Walking with the Wounded team of injured servicemen at the start of their 200 mile expedition to the North Pole.  Dragging a sled full of equipment behind him and with a rifle slung over his back, Prince Harry and the Walking with the Wounded team were accompained by a husky who could act as a lookout and alarm everyone if any polar bears came in sight,  

Prince Harry Joins Injured Soldiers in Arctic Trek toward North Pole

Earlier this month, on Friday 8th April 2011, Prince Harry returned from a chilling but thriliing few days in the icy Arctic.

The prince's big arctic adventure started on Tuesday 29th March when he landed at Longyearbyen Airport on Spitsbergen.  Located  between mainland Norway and the North Pole, Spitszbergen is the largest island in Norway and is the Western island of the Svalbard group of islands.

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