Ordinarily, I enjoy Prince Harry in black. Black really sets off his ginger coloring, and he’s absolutely gorgeous when he wears his black Army service dress uniform. But in these photos of Harry from Monday, the pics of Harry-in-black are so meh. I actually saw the perspective of the Harry-haters – he looked sort of average, like any other forgettable bloke. But the photos of Harry coming out of Westminster in the fabulous blue suit? DING-DONG. He looks gorgeous there. Honk if you want to see more photos of Harry in that striking blue suit.
Anyway, these are some assorted photos from Harry’s solo events on Monday, Anzac Day in Britain. Anzac Day, per Wiki, is “a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand that broadly commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations.” Basically, Harry was sent out to honor two of the United Kingdom’s most important commonwealth nations, and the Australian and New Zealander sacrifices in war. More and more, Harry is given these sorts of military, veteran and military-adjacent events. And shockingly, his brother and sister-in-law didn’t suddenly show up at any of his events.
Meanwhile, did you hear the rumor that Harry and William might have “cameos” in Star Wars VIII? Allegedly, when they visited Pinewood Studios last week, they got to try on some costumes and do some kind of walk-on cameo.
Rumours are rife that Prince William and Prince Harry have cameoed as stormtroopers in upcoming Star Wars Episode VIII and, excitingly, the Palace isn’t quashing them. During a recent visit to Pinewood Studios the princes met the cast and crew – including Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley and John Boyega – and it’s thought some secret filming took place.
“The princes dressed up in full stormtrooper gear and filmed a scene in which Rey (Ridley) and Finn (Boyega) infiltrate a secret base,” a source told The Mail on Sunday. “The rebel characters are in a lift with Benicia del Toro’s character when a group of Stormtroopers enter – two of whom are William and Harry.”
While Disney itself is keeping tight-lipped on the speculation, the Palace isn’t completely crushing our hopes of the story’s truth.
“It’s a fun rumour that we can neither confirm nor deny,” a spokesperson told RadioTimes.com. “The princes had a great day showcasing the British talent behind Star Wars.”
If Poor Jason can’t confirm or deny, then it probably DID happen. Although no one really knows if that part will make it into the film, or if it will just end up as some kind of DVD extra. Producers should have given Harry his own special lightsaber. A red lightsaber, for gingers.