|Photo: Instagram/Kensington Palace|
He is his mother's son. Prince Harry opens up to People for the magazine's cover story this week about his heartfelt wish to make his mother, the late Princess Diana proud. There is no doubt the 'People's Princess' would be thrilled that her youngest son was carrying on her legacy of good works with his children's charity Sentebale, which he set up in Africa over a decade ago and two-year old Invictus Games which are coming to Miami later this month. Harry also talks about his desire to have kids of his own (for now he's happy to be 'the fun uncle') and says Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the next generation of royals are "an upgrade" of the family. I don't know about you, but I think Harry is pretty great (and his brother and sister-in-law aren't bad either.) This photo made my heart melt. Read the full interview when People hits the newsstand on Friday. Congrats to my friends at People who always get the story -- and always get it right!
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