Princes add royalty to World Cup

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Prince William and Prince Harry are planning to spend 10 days in South Africa in June, and will attend the World Cup, in support of their England team, according to the Cape Argus.  This will add a welcome royal touch to the world’s top sport event, which is good for marketing South Africa and the event.

The princes will be combining their visit to South Africa with participation in the Enduro, a charity motorcycle ride.  They will also host a reception to support Britain’s bid to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup.  Prince William is President of the England Football Association.   Prince Harry is expected to see Chelsy Davy, his South African girlfriend.  

During their visit to Africa, the princes will also visit Botswana and Lesotho, for the Tusk Trust charity of which Prince William is the royal patron, and the Sentabale charity for AIDS orphans established by Prince Harry, respectively, reports The Times. 

Chris von Ulmenstein, Whale Cottage Portfolio: www.whalecottage.com

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