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  • Prince Harry reveals to BBC News how he asked the Queen to get involved in the Invictus Games video after being challenged by the Obamas. He also told Andrew Marr about how his experiences while serving in Afghanistan – and the injuries that he witnessed fellow soldiers endure – were a “turning point” in his life.
    But he played down comparisons between his charity and campaigning work and that of his late mother, Princess Diana.
    He also spoke about the intrusion into his private life is “incessant”. “Everyone has a right to privacy…Sadly, that line between public and private life is almost non-existent any

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