Prince Harry Cuts A Dashing Figure At Royal Marines Tamar
While Pippa Middleton waxes on about her sordid countryside past, Prince Harry opened The Royal Marines Tamar in Devonport, England today.
Looking smart in his military uniform, the service dress of the Household Cavalry and his AAC beret, Prince Harry opened the $45 million facility, complete with waterfront training rooms, a marina, a jetty, maintenance and engineering sheds and workshops, and a slipway.
Upon arrival, Harry joked to a few dignitaries about the weather.
“Typical British, we complain when it’s too hot and we complain when it’s too cold,” he said jovially.
According to Clarence House, the prince inspected a parade of marines after the National Anthem was played, and stopped to talk with few soldiers.
No royal engagement would be complete without a remark about Prince George, Harry’s newborn nephew.
“My father [Prince Charles] is over the moon to be a grandfather,” he told one military girlfriend, according to the Daily Express.
Another guest jokingly asked, “No pressure then?” to which Harry responded, “No, he’s got one now it will be fine. The pressure’s off now.”
This November, Harry will join a race to the South Pole alongside injured British servicemen and women.