It’s Harry-Mania! Fans Queue For Four HOURS To Meet The Prince While His Charity Visit To Gateshead
Harry, 32, touched down in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, to visit a charity. Harry will later help out with a training session for London Marathon runners and then Royal will join pro athletes Steve Cram and Jonathan Edwards at the session. This event is part of the Heads Together mental health campaign.
Prince Harry was greeted by adoring crowds who queued for up to four hours to see the royal as he touched down in the North East on Tuesday afternoon. Harry, 32, was attending a charity event hosted by Walking With The Wounded in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, to discuss issues faced by ex-servicemen and women. Wrapped up against the February chill in a puffer jacket, the royal arrived at the Gateshead Civic Centre to a cheering crowd and shook hands with members of the public, who presented him with bunches of roses and lilies.
Harry arrives at the Civic Centre in Gateshead for a visit to the charity Walking
Harry, who arrived in a black Range Rover and wore a navy blue shirt and khaki trousers, was met by dignitaries including Ed Parker, the CEO of Walking With The Wounded.Harry arrives at the Civic Centre in Gateshead for a visit to the charity Walking With the Wounded, which works with the local council and police on supporting ex-servicemen.
Fans queue for four hours to meet the Prince
Fans had queued for around four hours to catch a glimpse of the Prince outside the Civic Centre in Gateshead