Prince Harry recently concluded one royal tour, and now he is gearing up for his next one. Prince Harry will be on a seven-day trip to Brazil and Chile.
It is learnt that the British royal will be present in the stands for cheering the English football team in their World Cup campaign against Costa Rica next month in Brazil, along with thousands of other fans. The Prince will also be in the stands on the day of the Brazil vs. Cameroon match in Brasilia on June 23rd, the day he arrives in Brazil, before cheering for his home team in the Belo Horizonte city.
The British royal will also travel to Sao Paulo and has engagements in Santiago, Chile and Valparasio in Chile during the last three days of his tour.
His commitments include meeting with the patients of neurological problems undergoing rehabilitation. He will also be visiting the training base which the GB Team and Paralympics GB Team will be using for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Apart from his South American tour, the British royal also recently signed up celebs and actors like Daniel Craig and Joss Stone and Will.i.am and other stars for an online-promotional video for the Invictus Games that he founded as a multi-sport event for wounded veterans.
The Invictus Games are set to be held in London from 10 to 14 September and will be featuring various games like wheelchair basketball, archery and swimming. In March while announcing his plans for the games, he had said that he hoped the event would “inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and demonstrate life beyond disability.”