Prince Harry Plays Wheelchair Football With Wounded Soldiers

Apr 23, 2015 at 3:54 pm |
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Prince Harry once again proved why he’s worthy of his royal title. The good sport participated in a game of wheelchair football last week – Australia Rules footy, to be exact – while visiting the Robertson Barrack in outer Darwin, Australia.

The famous ginger joined the military members at the Soldier Recovery Center as part of his month-long tour with the Australian army.

Aside from wheeling about, Prince Harry, better known as Captain Whales by the armed forces, has been jumping around with the army, participating in everything from training exercises to regional patrols, flight simulations, and aviation training, said the Australian Department of Defense.

(Photo by CPL Oliver Carter/Australian Defence Force via Getty Images)

(Photo by CPL Oliver Carter/Australian Defence Force via Getty Images)

This isn’t Prince Harry’s first time to pop a wheelie though. Last year he helped to organize an event called the Invictus Games, a series of sporting events created for wounded soldiers, aimed at helping to raise awareness for struggles that these veterans experience.

Check out Harry’s experience during at Invictus Games below…


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Another reason why we love Harry!! Watch the Prince pop some wheelies during Aussie rules footy…