PRINCE HARRY has admitted that he felt pangs of guilt for not being present at the christening of his niece, Princess Charlotte, last month, even though he did have a good excuse.
“What a bad uncle I am! I should really be there. But today I am here, this is where I want to be,” he told Simson Uri-Khob, manager of Save The Rhino in Africa, who he was staying with in Namibia at the time helping to track lions, elephants, rhino and leopards in the 10,000 sq mile Palmwag Reserve. The trip had, however, been planned long before the birth of the youngest and newest addition to the royal family, and her father knew all about it.
Spending time in Angola with The Halo Trust, a cause close to his mother Princess Diana’s heart.
“This is a recce really,” Prince Harry continued of his expedition. “I’m taking a lot of new information back home with me for my brother and me to analyse and we’re going to work out a strategy for doing more in Africa and to encourage new conservation initiatives.”