LONDON (Reuters) – Prince Harry, Britain’s third in line to the throne, will take part in a race to the South Pole alongside wounded British servicemen and women, he announced on Friday. The 208-mile (335-km) trek to the South Pole will see Britain’s Royal compete against teams from the United States and Commonwealth countries. “As a member of the British team, I will have a brew (tea) on ready for you when you join us at the Pole,” he said in a speech, referring to participants from other countries. Harry took part in a 2011 expedition to the North Pole organized by the same charity. …
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