Prince Harry was in his elements as he told that he had a penchant for wearing women’s tights. The 31-year-old British royal was speaking to Chris Evans BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show where he was subjected to a round of quick-fire questions. Harry gave the interview to launch his much-awaited Invictus Games 2016 in Orlando.
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The royal, who conceived the Paralympic-style Invictus Games in 2015, went into an awkward laugh when asked about women’s tights, but he then said that it was only during a weekend. The hilarious interview saw Harry talk about his passion for motorbike, just like his older brother Prince William, his love of Chinese food and being caught in a sandwich between Ant and Dec.
The sporting royal took part and revealed his preferences, from red wine over white to crisps over peanuts. However, when the question of liking one of the famed British presenters Ant or Dec was directed at him, he replied he liked both. After being caught in a spot and with much hesitation Harry said he liked Ant and apologised to Dec, while laughing.
During the amusing live interview, Harry also tried his hand at radio presenting and delivered some of the morning’s breaking news. The British royal was joined by 2016 UK Invictus Games team captain David Wisemann. He started his presenting stint by greeting Evans with “Good morning ginge!” before reading the news.
Fans praised Harry for his entertaining appearance on the show. However, he had more serious subjects to talk about. The prince and his friend David were promoting the forthcoming 2016 Invictus Games, which will take place in May in Orlando, Florida. The games will witness participation by 500 competitors, including wounded servicemen and women from 15 nations competing in ten sports like wheelchair rugby and sitting volleyball.
Earlier, the ginger haired royal was spotted arriving at BBC’s London studio looking dapper in gray jeans, black T-shirt with the Invictus Games 2016 logo. Harry paired it with a sleeveless padded black leather jacket also bearing the same logo. He completed his look in a pair of brown lace-up shoes and accessorized with a bracelet and a neckpiece.