Prince Harry Called Himself A ‘Bad Uncle’ For Missing Niece Charlotte’s Christening Ceremony

By Poonam Singh | 1 year ago
Prince Harry Called Himself A ‘Bad Uncle’ For Missing Niece Charlotte’s Christening Ceremony

Anyone can surrender while dealing with a Kid and same thing happened with the royal man Prince Harry, a strong willed-dedicated military person who called himself a ‘bad Uncle’ for not attending the christening ceremony of his niece, Charlotte.

Recently, Save the Rhino ranger Simson Uri-Khob, a colleague of Prince Harry told that the Prince criticized and called himself a bad uncle for not attending his niece christening ceremony which was held in July this year. ‘What a bad uncle I am! I should really be there. But today I am here, this is where I want to be,” said the Prince.


The Prince was also not present at the time of his niece birth as he was out for New Zealand and Australia. But that doesn’t makes him a bad uncle in any way because he is really in love with the little princess and newest member of the family. In a statement about Charlotte, Harry caught saying that he will spoil her with a “hell of a lot of cuddly toys.”

No doubt, the Prince left Army in June 2015 but he is committed to other activities like protection of wildlife from poachers, and since June he was in South Africa volunteering and developing feasible communities for the same. As far as the love life of the adorable Prince is concerned, his name has been linked to Chelsy Davy, the daughter of a Zimbabwean, South African based businessman Charles Davy and Cressida Bonas, granddaughter of Edward Curzon, 6th Earl Howe but both the relationships ended after some time.

Well, if we talk about Prince Harry as an uncle then we are sure that the kids are lucky enough to have an uncle like you. So, forget that you missed a ceremony and think about the coming years and time you can spend with the little royal lads, Charlotte and his brother George.

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