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'People would use it as an opportunity to smash me up': Prince Harry talks candidly about the violence he endured in his school rugby matches 

MailOnline Friday, 2 December 2016
'People would use it as an opportunity to smash me up': Prince Harry talks candidly about the violence he endured in his school rugby matches Rugby fan Prince Harry, 32, has spoken candidly about his own experiences of playing the sport in school.
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News video: Prince Harry Talks About Being Part Of The Royal Family

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Prince Harry confesses that there is a lot of "Good and Bad," about being part of the Royal Family. Prince Harry, the youngest son of Princess Diana and Prince Charles was interviewed by a young girl during his visit to Guyana on Sunday, and he got candid about life in the spotlight. Harry said,...

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