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'Call me Harry': Prince drops royal label

SBS Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Prince Harry has made it clear to an audience in Scotland he wants to be called just "Harry", as he embarks on his final round of royal duties.
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Britain's Duke of Sussex started the last round of his royal duties on an informal note on Wednesday, making it clear that the audience listening to his speech on sustainable travel in Edinburgh should simply call him Harry.

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