Prince Harry's three-day tour of Brazil during the last leg of his solo Diamond Jubilee tour to honour Queen Elizabeth II involved a unique display of his energetic style and sporting skills.
The 27-year-old royal kicked off his Brazil tour with a one-mile charity run for Sports Relief with local families on Flamengo beach in Rio De Janeiro. During the charity run, Harry even poked fun at his elder brother by wearing a mask of the Duke of Cambridge.
The Prince was reportedly given the mask by a fellow Brit Hettie Allison and a part of a group of three who had chosen to run dressed as his family.
According to the Telegraph, as ever on his first solo tour, a relaxed and enthusiastic Prince Harry was a huge hit with crowds. His effect was described as "electrifying" by Jeremy Hunt, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media, the Olympics and Sport, who was also in Rio de Janeiro.
Following this, Harry played with a group of local school kids a game of tough rugby. The Prince appeared to have thoroughly enjoyed the game and threw himself enthusiastically into the game. At one point, he even picked up two of the boys holding them under his arms to allow a team mate to score.
Harry then mesmerised a large crowd of locals by showing his acrobatic skills in a game of beach volleyball. In fact, Brazil's own Olympic winner beach volleyball star Adriana Behar was reportedly impressed by the sporting skills of the prince.
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