Prince Harry Avoids A Very Awkward Red Carpet Moment

Prince Harry was looking as dapper as ever last night.

The 31-year-old headed out in London for the BT Sport Industry Awards, where he stepped onto the red carpet in a smart tux.

He wasn’t alone – he’d brought six former and current Invictus Games competitors to the event at Battersea Evolution.


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Showing his admiration for JJ Chalmers, Paul Vice, Stuart Robinson, Luke Darlington, Michaela Richards and Sam Stocks, he hugged each of them before posing for pictures with the group.

He later presented the Outstanding Contribution To Sport gong to Andy Murray’s family, alongside ex-tennis player Tim Henman.


But there was someone at the bash who Harry may not have been quite so pleased to see.

Remember when he was linked to TV presenter Natalie Pinkham back in the early 00s?!

Well, she was there. And she was looking very pregnant (and glowing, may we add). In fact, the 37-year-old had totally perfected maternity chic in a patterned grey maxi.

Natalie Pinkham looked stunning on the red carpet


Now married to businessman Owain Walbyoff, Natalie’s clearly well and truly over Harry. So hopefully things were okay between them.

Anyway, back to the Invictus Games. The event sees wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans take part in sports.

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Asked about his vision for their future, Harry said: ‘Everybody here knows the power of sport and what it can achieve for anyone, especially those with physical or mental injuries.

‘What we’ve done for these guys is provide a platform for rehabilitation, whether that’s physical or mental.


‘They’re not forced into doing anything, it’s their own choice. It’s about being part of a team again.

‘For some of these guys just to be able to wear a Union Jack on their left breast and to wear a uniform which is the same as all their other comrades is a huge, huge thing.

‘I’m just grateful to call them all my mates and be lucky enough to be in a position where we can put on a platform like this and change their lives.’