Entertainment Why Prince Harry missed England's big World Cup game

18:51  04 july  2018
18:51  04 july  2018 Source:   hellomagazine.com

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Prince Harry standing in front of a building: Hello! Magazine© Copyright ¡HOLA! Hello! Magazine The Duke of Sussex was forced to miss England's momentous World Cup match to celebrate the achievements of a friend who completed an epic fundraising bike ride on Tuesday.

Prince Harry, 33, joined other guests at the Wheels Down Ball to mark Dean Stott's gruelling 13,670-mile cycle trip from the tip of South America to the most northerly part of North America.

The glamourous event fell on the same night as England progressed past Colombia in the knock-out stages of the World Cup, which are being held in Russia.

Harry, who is known to prefer rugby over football, and the guests enjoyed dinner at the London Hilton hotel on Park Lane before a party was staged.

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Proud of a first World Cup hat-trick. We keep going.# WorldCup #ThreeLions. A post shared by Harry Kane (@harrykane) on Jun 24, 2018 at 9 Chris Weston, 33, from Wellington in Shropshire, watched the England v Panama game in the Prince of Wales pub in Shrewsbury.

Dean, a former special forces soldier, raised just over £500,000 for the Prince's Heads Together campaign, which has been trying to encourage the nation to talk about mental health.

He broke two world records during his cycle ride, becoming the fastest man to travel 13,670 miles along the Pan American Highway from Argentina to Alaska, finishing in 99 days and smashing the previous record by 18 days.

Dean, who has known Harry for more than ten years after they met during military training, completed his gruelling task in time to take his place with other guests at Harry's wedding in May.

Meanwhile, just moments after the big football game, Prince William took to Twitter to send a rare message to the England team for their success. He wrote: "I couldn’t be prouder of @england - a victory in a penalty shootout! You have well and truly earned your place in the final eight of the #worldcup and you should know the whole country is right behind you for Saturday! Come on England!

W." England will now play Sweden in the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday.


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