Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex Visited Sheffield
On 25, July 2019 Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex visited Sheffield Children’s Hospital where he officially opened the new wing. The Hospital is a healthcare facility for children in Broomhill, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. It is managed by the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust.Embed from Getty Images
The Duke of Sussex arrives at the HospitalEmbed from Getty Images
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex meets the hospital’s mascot, Theo the bear.Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry cuddled the hospital mascot, Theo the bear, during the visit.Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry plays with one year old Noah Nicholson.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry looks at photos of when his mother, Princess Diana, visited the hospital 30 years ago.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
The signature of Princess Diana when she visited the hospital.Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex unveils a plaque during a visit.Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry received a cute gift for his son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-WindsorEmbed from Getty Images
Later Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex arrived at Sheffield Hallam University for the second of his engagements in the South Yorkshire city.Embed from Getty Images
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“Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) is a public research university in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England and one of the UK’s largest and most diverse universities. It is based on two sites; the City Campus is located in the city centre near Sheffield railway station, while the Collegiate Crescent Campus is about two miles away in the Broomhall Estate off Ecclesall Road in south-west Sheffield.Sheffield Hallam University
The university is the 11th largest university in the UK (out of 167) with 30,815 students (of whom 4,400 are international students), 4,494 staff and 708 courses.”
Duke of Sussex speaks to students and staff involved in the SHU Racing Team Project.Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry unveils a plaque.Embed from Getty Images
The Duke of Sussex meets the team behind the VR rehabilitation project to learn about their commitment to applied learning in teaching and research.Embed from Getty Images
The Duke of Sussex concluded his day of engagements in Sheffield with a visit to the Invictus UK Trials at the English Institute of Sport Sheffield, where athletes are competing to be selected to represent the United Kingdom at the Invictus Games The Hague 2020.
Prince Harry is patron and founder of the Invictus Games Foundation.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex meets Invictus Team UK member Jonathan Mitchell.
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” The Invictus Games is an international adaptive multi-sport event, created by Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, in which wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans take part in sports including wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, and indoor rowing. Named after Invictus, Latin for “unconquered” or “undefeated”, the event was inspired by the Warrior Games, a similar event held in the United States”.Invictus Games
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex meets players and their families during the visit.Embed from Getty Images
Duke of Sussex watches Powerlifting competitors during his visit to the Invictus UK Trials at the English Institute of Sport Sheffield.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Dr. Jane Goodall
On July 23, 2019 Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex attended Dr. Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Global Leadership Meeting at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England.
Roots & Shoots was founded by Dr. Jane Goodall, in 1991, with the goal of bringing together youth from preschool to university age to work on environmental, conservation and humanitarian issues.Embed from Getty Images
During the event Prince Harry delivered a speech to inspire young people to help save the planet.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
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“Dame Jane Morris Goodall, (born Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall, 3 April 1934), formerly Baroness Jane van Lawick-Goodall, is an English primatologist and anthropologist. Considered to be the world’s foremost expert on chimpanzees, Goodall is best known for her over 55-year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees since she first went to Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania in 1960”.Jane Goodall
Photo group with Bella the Cockapoo.
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