Prince Harry

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The Duke of Cambridge's younger bro proves time and time again that he's an active activist. 

Prince Harry, an official patron of the London Marathon Charitable Trust, will be lending a royal hand to this year's much-anticipated Virgin London Marathon, St. James's Palace has announced. In accepting a three-year commitment to the cause (that's allocated over £50 million, or roughly $76 million, to events nationwide!), the prince will not only make a grand appearance but present awards to the winners of each race: wheelchair/IPC athletics, mini marathon, and elite men and women. Select volunteers of the organization will also be oh-so-lucky to meet the charmer in person. 

His Royal Highness has lately been keeping most of his public appearances to the more humanitarian kind.

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On April 19, Harry is slated to attend The Walking With the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge, an outing to bring together a team of wounded servicemen and women to trek across 208 miles of the Antarctic to the geographic South Pole

Besides delivering the deserving service personnel a short speech, Harry will also meet with the contestants to talk about their experiences.

As if we didn't adore the royal redhead before!

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