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In 2014, two years after Vegas, Harry launched the Invictus Games, an international Paralympic-style competition to help wounded and sick service men and women."He is not the boy we saw in the Vegas debacle," says a Royal source. The Invictus Games changed everything for him, but also his own charity Sentebale and lately the mental health charity, Heads Together.
He is devoted to making a difference."But working hard and finding a purpose hasn't stopped Harry from still wanting to play hard as well.
When his close friend, Guy Pelly, got married, that was a real nail in the coffin, although his best pal, Thomas van Straubenzee, the Duke of Northumberland's son, has become single recently so he's been a single bachelor pal for Harry to hang out with."Friends insist the world's most eligible Royal bachelor does want to settle down himself one day.
The delay has simply been in finding the right person, a search that has proved to be incredibly difficult.
Harry was the life and soul of the party, with one attendee later claiming he was giving "random naked hugs" and playing air guitar.
Then he indulged in that infamous game of strip billiards, leading to arguably one of the most embarrassing moments the Royal Family has had to deal with in modern times. At the age of 17, he admitted to smoking pot and underage drinking and in 2005 he was pictured wearing a Nazi uniform to a costume party (just weeks before Holocaust Memorial Day).
Four years ago today, the world got to see a side of Prince Harry we never thought we'd bear witness to—his naked ass.
London had just played host to a hugely successful Olympic games and The Queen had marked her diamond jubilee.When you get a direct chastising from granny you know it's serious.It was undoubtedly a turning point."The fall out provided a huge wake up call for Harry and raised questions about his future.He could no longer deny his public duty as brother to the future King of the Commonwealth, Prince William.And it was apparent, the polite agreement that had once existed between the brothers and the press to guarantee privacy, after the death of Princess Diana, was now null and void.