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Prince Henry, Duke of Sussex

(1984-), Son of Charles, Prince of Wales

Sitter in 11 portraits
The younger son of The Prince of Wales and the late Diana, Princess of Wales. On leaving school he spent a gap year in Australia and Africa. In 2004, he began preparing for the Regular Commissions Board (RCB) exams, which he passed. In May 2005 he entered Royal Military Academy Sandhurst to begin his training as an officer in the Army, and in April the following year he was commissioned as an army officer. He holds the rank of Captain in The Household Cavalry (Blues and Royals) and is training to become an Army Air Corps Helicopter Pilot. In early 2008, he served with NATO forces in Afghanistan. He co-founded the charity Sentebale, which helps children in Lesotho.

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Diana, Princess of Wales; Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, by Lord Snowdon - NPG P1869

Diana, Princess of Wales; Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex

by Lord Snowdon
gelatin silver print, 21 December 1984
NPG P1869

'The Royal Family: A Centenary Portrait', by John Wonnacott - NPG 6479

'The Royal Family: A Centenary Portrait'

by John Wonnacott
oil on canvas on foamboard, 2000
NPG 6479

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex; Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and family, by Alexi Lubomirski - NPG x200211

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex; Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and family

by Alexi Lubomirski
archival pigment print, 19 May 2018
NPG x200211

'When Harry met Meghan' (Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex; Meghan, Duchess of Sussex), by Dan Evans, published by  Octopus Publishing Group Ltd - NPG D48664

'When Harry met Meghan' (Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex; Meghan, Duchess of Sussex)

by Dan Evans, published by Octopus Publishing Group Ltd
colour offset lithographically printed book, published 2018
NPG D48664

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex; Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex

by Alexi Lubomirski
gelatin silver print, 19 May 2018
On display at Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, Australia
NPG x200210



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