Prince Harry has officially made it into the top 10 of our 100 Sexiest Men list.
Yep, alongside saving the world, our fave cheeky chappy has just been crowned the 10th most handsome man in the world. Now that’s an achievement worth bragging about.
The royal has long been at the top of our handsome ranks, but this marks the first time Prince H has made it to the top.
As for his reputation as a bit of a joker, though, that’s staying just as it is.
The royal recently visited a youth centre in Cape Town that works to rehabilitate gang leaders.
And it seemed the Ottery Centre environment couldn’t have been more different from Harry’s own Eton education…
Kicking off by introducing himself, the 31-year-old said: ‘My name is Prince Harry, the Queen of England’s grandson, Princess Diana’s son. I’ve come all the way from England to see you guys. I’m interested to hear all your stories.’
He continued: ‘I didn’t enjoy school at all. I would like to have come to a place like this. When I was at school I wanted to be the bad boy.’
Well, he’s certainly made up for it since with those wild trips to Vegas, eh Harry?
Harry then went on to give a cheeky dig to his big brother William, which made everyone LOL.
‘If you’ve got an older brother that’s not into gangs, that’s a huge positive,’ he said. ‘Older brothers are supposedly the cool ones.’
‘I’m a younger brother, but I’m much cooler than my older brother’, he added. Umm, we wonder what Will’s got to say about that?!
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Prince Harry has also been opening up about his late mother, Princess Diana. Speaking at the opening of a children’s orphanage centre in Africa, he delivered a moving speech that got everyone reaching for the tissues.
‘I knew there would always be a gaping hole that could never be filled,’ Harry told the crowd at the Mamohato Children’s Centre in Lesotho.
‘The children at the center were far younger than me, and of course, their situation was a great deal more challenging than my own. Nonetheless, we shared a similar feeling of loss, having a loved one– in my case a parent– snatched away so suddenly.’
Ah, Harry. We adore you.