Prince Harry faces his most dreaded question, "What's it like to be a Prince?"

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The red-headed royal answered a few awkward questions posed by school children...

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Earlier this week, Prince Harry was given a moment to shine at the WellChild Awards, where he met some inspirational children and made some of them roar with laughter apparently.

But towards the end of his visit things started to get a little more awkward. One wonderful child told him that he didn't look like much of a Prince, presumably because of his lack of crown, cape and sceptre, while another asked him the most dreaded question of all...

"What's it like to be a Prince?"

Now, Harry is in the fortunate position of 'perpetual princedom' now that Prince George is on the scene, so we expected him to say "Yeah, it's awesome. I'm loaded, can travel the world, meet interesting people, bring a smile to sick children's faces". Or something along those lines...

Instead, he said, "Good and bad."

Hhhhmmm, are we sensing some Princely tension here Harry? Maybe that rebellious 'strip poker' Las Vegas incident was only the tip of the iceberg?

In other news, Harry did make some lovely comments about his nephew, saying, "Normally when I see him he's either sleeping or crying but I've just seen him smile. It was the first time I've seen him smile."

Take a look at a video of Harry from the event here...



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