Prince Harry is on the cover of the May issue of GQ UK!
The deliciously yummy Prince Harry lends his devastatingly good looks to the cover of GQ UK for their May issue. Oh the things I would love to do with (to?) this man. To use one of my favorite movie quotes – I wanna have like 10,000 of his babies. (Bonus points to anyone who knows what movie that’s from. Fun fact – I say this a lot, and people actually think I’m serious about the 10k kids. Because, ya know… that’s realistic. But I digress….)
Hottie Harry is embarking on a 200-mile expedition with the Walking with the Wounded team to the Artic to raise awareness and funds for service men and women who were severely injured while fighting in battle. The team includes four servicemen who were injured in Afghanistan.
Polar experts give Prince Harry and the team, who are going unaided to the North Pole, a 40-60 percent chance of succeeding. Way to be big Debbie Downers, “experts.”
From the magazine:
Royal Patron Prince Harry, who is joining the other eight men on the ice for up to a week, said in a message of support: “This extraordinary expedition will raise awareness of the debt that this country owes to those it sends off to fight – only for them to return wounded and scarred, physically and emotionally. The debt extends beyond immediate medical care and short-term rehabilitation. These men and women have given so much. We must recognise their sacrifice, be thankful, so far as we can ever repay them for it.”
During the exclusive photoshoot, Prince Harry commented: “Can I do most of my training wearing this thing in bed?” while examining one of the team’s weight vests – used primarily to strengthen upper-body hauling muscles. When it comes to having his photograph taken by David Bailey for the cover, his Royal Highness jokes “Well, so long as I can have one for the dartboard at home, I’m happy to oblige.”
Inge Solhiem, the expedition’s Polar Guide, adds “Harry’s training has been going very well: he has the right attitude. I’m sure Harry has healthy concerns about the dangers – as he should. You have no idea how different the pole is from everything else on the planet. The old Norwegian explorers called it the “devil’s dance floor”. It is unpredictable. Deadly. If you’re not paying attention it will just slap you… You can walk ten miles in one day, pitch your tent overnight, and the ice will have drifted you back eleven miles in the opposite direction.”
Can I volunteer for this? Because… it’s a wonderful cause. Yeah… that’s why I want to go. The cause. Anything to help them with their goal of raising £2 million for charities to help the wounded soldiers. The fact that I’d get to cuddle up with Prince
Hottie Harry to stay warm at night never even crossed my mind. I swear. Really.