Published: 30th May 2014
Prince Harry enjoyed a day of sporting activities while attending royal engagements yesterday.
The prince, who looked the part wearing sportswear complete with sports socks , treated onlookers to his football skills during a charity visit to Suffolk.
He had a packed diary of engagements, including a visit to the prestigious Suffolk Show plus a tour of an Ipswich-based community scheme's new HQ.
Prince Harry played football and tag rugby as he explored the new home of Lindbergh Road's Inspire Suffolk charity, which helps young people.
He also saw youngsters participating in a Prince's Trust scheme which guides under-privileged youngsters into education, work and training.
Inspire Suffolk officials brought the prince into the primary sports hall following his game of football to show him how the charity operated.
The prince, who performed the official unveiling of a plaque, told the audience how happy he was to see the charity in action first-hand.
He described their work as "great" in helping to educate and motivate youngsters via sport.
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