Prince Harry Soccer Lead
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Prince Harry is a charitable royal, an adoring uncle to Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and, now, a rising soccer star? Not quite, but he does have some fancy footwork.

The 32-year-old prince visited London's Lord's Cricket Club to celebrate the success of Coach Core, a program created by Harry with Prince William and Kate Middleton four years ago to give young people opportunities for success through support. After successful pilot programs in London and Glasgow, Coach Core plans to expand to 10 cities across the United Kingdom.

He first got involved in cricket practice and then showed off his soccer skills on the field. Prince Harry showcased his own moves while participating in a dribbling drill—and having a blast in the process.

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“I can’t believe that it was just four years ago that my brother, Catherine, and I launched Coach Core,” he said. “It is providing world-class sports and training opportunities that previously did not exist in sports coaching.”

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“We have a big vision for Coach Core and want to make it possible for young people all over the country to take part,” he said in a speech.

The charitable prince keeps getting hotter and hotter.