Prince Harry praised
Britain’s Prince Harry has been praised for his work with wounded veterans.
The 31-year-old royal will bring his Paralympic-style Invictus Games to the US in May and Invictus CEO Ken Fisher is impressed with Harry’s dedication to the cause.
He told PEOPLE: “When he sits in the room, he sits there as a two-time combat veteran. He’s been a great partner, as has the United Kingdom. It’s a camaraderie that only our two countries can understand. Especially those who have served together.
“As the Prince said when he announced it, we’d better be ready, because they’re going to bring it. I went to my guys and said, ‘You’re not going to take that, are you?’ ”
Meanwhile, it was recently claimed that Harry is being given a “more relaxed” schedule at the moment as he quietly prepares for the next Invictus Games, which will take place in Florida in May.
A source said: “Nearer to the event in May, Harry and the rest of the team will be working flat-out. When events are a way off the schedule is more relaxed.”
Whilst a spokesperson for the Invictus Games added: “As our founding patron, Prince Harry takes a hands-on role in the direction of our work. He attends meetings and is heavily involved in the preparation for the forthcoming Invictus Games in Orlando.”