Prince Harry turns 30, inherits millions
Prince Harry, Britain's debonair royal known for living life in the fast lane, celebrated his 30th birthday today with a beer, as he inherited over 10 million pounds left to him by his mother Princess Diana.
London: Prince Harry, Britain's debonair royal known for living life in the fast lane, celebrated his 30th birthday today with a beer, as he inherited over 10 million pounds left to him by his mother Princess Diana.
Harry's 30th birthday celebrations began with a beer after the closing concert of his inaugural multi-sport event for wounded troops -- Invictus Games. The fourth in line to the British throne reflected on turning 30 in a new interview and admitted he felt "old".I think 30 is one of those first milestones when you drive through a village and see the 30 mile per hour signs.
It's that constant reminder going 'I am actually quite old'," he told ITV News. However, Prince Harry will always be the royal rebel. "I'm always young at heart," he said.Prince Harry split from his girlfriend of two years,Cressida Bonas, 25, in April this year and the royal bachelor has been rumoured to be dating Camilla Thurlow, 25.
Harry, speaking over the weekend, said: "On the birthday side of things, I'll be chuffed to bits when I'm having a beer with Dave Henson...we turn 30 at exactly the same time, on Sunday night. We're really looking forward to being 30, both feeling quite old about it." Turning 30 means the Harry is now entitled to the multi-million pound inheritance - estimated at 10.7 million pounds - left to him by his mother Princess of Wales.
He is also set to become an uncle for the second time with brother Prince William, 32, and Kate Middleton, 32, expecting their second baby after Prince George. Harry is an army captain and has served two tours in Afghanistan.
He has taken the cause of wounded service personnel to his heart and said a successful Games would be his birthday celebration. After serving as Apache helicopter pilot, Harry's job now is to organise commemorative army events in London.