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Last Updated: Thursday September 15 2005 13:01 GMT

In pictures: Prince Harry through the years

Happy birthday Prince Harry!  The young royal is now 21, and a fully-fledged adult!
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Happy birthday Prince Harry! The young royal is now 21, and a fully-fledged adult!
Prince Harry was once voted better looking than Prince William. He enjoys his sports, like here in a crowd of rugby fans
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Prince Harry was once voted better looking than Prince William. He enjoys his sports, like here in a crowd of rugby fans
But he's not just a spectator. Here he plays Eton School's traditional Wall Game...
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But he's not just a spectator. Here he plays Eton School's traditional Wall Game...
...and he also likes to ski!
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...and he also likes to ski!
He's a bit of a good Polo player too!
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He's a bit of a good Polo player too!
Here he is, in 1993, with his mother, Princess Diana, and brother Prince William
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Here he is, in 1993, with his mother, Princess Diana, and brother Prince William
He looks a little nervous at the age of ten...
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He looks a little nervous at the age of ten...
... but soon relaxed in front of the cameras, like here in Klosters in Switzerland
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... but soon relaxed in front of the cameras, like here in Klosters in Switzerland
Here he is, on his first day at Eton, in 1998...
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Here he is, on his first day at Eton, in 1998...
... and later the same year, looking quite the young gentleman!
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... and later the same year, looking quite the young gentleman!
In 2003, Harry spent time on a  farm in Australia where he learned how to be a jackeroo
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In 2003, Harry spent time on a farm in Australia where he learned how to be a jackeroo
Harry promised to continue the work of his mother when he helped Aids orphans on his gap year in Africa.
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Harry promised to continue the work of his mother when he helped Aids orphans on his gap year in Africa.
After his gap year, the Prince chose to attend Sandhurst Military Academy to begin an army career.
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After his gap year, the Prince chose to attend Sandhurst Military Academy to begin an army career.



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