James Haskell, Prince Harry


Prince Harry was all about showing some support for the Invictus Games in London yesterday.

The royal sported a Wasps jersey with James Haskell in several photos in an effort to publicize the big event.

"Great to catch up with HRH, & show him @Waspsrugby support for the amazing @IcvictusLondon. Go and support the games," Haskell wrote on Twitter.

The team is set to wear the limited edition shirts for the games, which will take place Sept. 10-14.

The games are an international, Paralympic-style multi-sport event that is designed to bring awareness and support rehabilitation and recovery for the Wounded Warriors.

And aside from the event, Harry has a major birthday looming on the horizon: his 30th!

British Media is currently reporting that both Prince William and Kate Middleton are planning a bash for Prince George's uncle next weekend at—where else?—Kensington Palace.

But Harry's big milestone requires more than just one celebration filled with family and friends, right?

There are also rumors that none other than Pippa Middleton and Harry's BFF Guy Pelly are putting together a smaller fete for the redheaded royal this coming weekend.

Considering Pippa's background in party planning, the bash will most certainly be a night to remember!

Let's also not overlook the fact that Harry's birthday also means one thing: a major inheritance.

Per the Telegraph, Princess Diana's will noted that the David and Elizabeth Emanuel-designed dress would be "looked after" by her brother, Earl Charles Spencer, until Harry's 30th.

Other dresses that belonged to Diana, two diamond tiaras, "other priceless family jewels", family paintings and a reported £10million ($16.5 million) are also said to be included in the inheritance.

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