Prince Harry Plays a Game of Wheelchair Football With Australian Army Brigade
Prince Harry has spent the last two weeks in Australia on military duty, but the trip hasn't been all business as he managed to squeeze in a fun game of wheelchair football with the country's army brigade on April 15. Harry was all smiles when he participated in the game with fellow army brigade members as well as injured and ill veterans from the Soldier Recovery Centre in Darwin. The competitive and physical sport incorporates aspects of rugby, American football, and soccer and is adapted for those in wheelchairs with similar rules.
Harry has been spending his time down under on attachment with the Australian Army's North-West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) and 1st Brigade. Harry is scheduled to spend two more weeks in Australia before making his way to Turkey, where he and his father, Prince Charles, will honour Australian and New Zealand veterans. The prince's packed schedule could mean that he might be more than 9,000 miles away from England when Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, gives birth. Keep reading to see more of Harry's fun game of football, then check out the ultimate guide to the royal family's line of succession.