You might be used to seeing Prince Harry all dressed up for his many royal engagements, but on Wednesday he ditched his usual suit for a trip to Epping Forest. His visit was a part of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, a forest conservation project, and included meet and greets with a group of very excited school children and some very chill cows. Harry also planted a tree and checked out more of the wildlife, which was probably a welcome distraction from decades-old rumours about his paternity that have been dredged up due to a new interview with Princess Diana's old flame James Hewitt. Maybe Harry's charitable journey will help deflect the criticisms big brother Prince William has gotten for going on a ski trip to the Swiss Alps instead of attending a ceremony for Commonwealth Day?
Prince Harry Focuses on Charity Work Amid James Hewitt Paternity Rumours
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