With a surprise appearance shortly after his trip to England, Prince Harry caused a stir at the “NFL Honors” in Las Vegas. The 39-year-old presented a prize – but didn’t say a word about his ailing father, King Charles III.
Prince Harry made an appearance in Las Vegas shortly after his trip to Great Britain. And according to US media reports, this caused surprised faces. , the Duke of Sussex was a guest at this year’s NFL Honors Gala.
There he presented the “Walter Payton Man of the Year Award” to football player Cameron Heyward of the Pittsburgh Steelers. When presenting the award, Prince Harry reportedly said to the NFL players in the audience: “What you do on and off the field is truly remarkable. You are role models for millions of people by the way you behave and the way you act gave something back.” He also joked that the Americans stole rugby from the British and simply made their own game out of it.
He then honored Heyward with the award. The NFL star was celebrated for his social commitment. As part of the award, he received $250,000 to donate to a charity of his choice. The 34-year-old was apparently thrilled that Prince Harry presented him with the award. “Man, Prince Harry! I’m in shock. That’s Prince Harry!” Heyward shouted as he took the stage. Harry couldn’t help but laugh.
Prince Harry was only briefly in London with King Charles III.
Shortly before his appearance at the gala, Prince Harry was in his British homeland. Earlier this week he came to London to visit his father, King Charles III. The Duke of Sussex had to fly for over ten hours to see the monarch after his cancer diagnosis. However, it seemed as if he had received a cold shoulder instead of open arms. In any case, British media reported that the meeting between Harry and Charles lasted only half an hour to a maximum of 45 minutes. Shortly afterwards, the royal couple said goodbye to the country estate in Sandringham – and Prince Harry traveled back to the USA.
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