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Prince Harry wells up at awards for seriously ill children

Reuters Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Britain's Prince Harry was overcome with emotion on Tuesday when he spoke at an event for seriously ill children, welling up as he explained how the event pulled at his heart strings now he was a father.
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News video: Prince Harry becomes emotional paying tribute to inspirational children at WellChild Awards

Prince Harry becomes emotional paying tribute to inspirational children at WellChild Awards 01:28

The Duke of Sussex broke down as he paid tribute to "inspirational" children, citing how his own journey into fatherhood meant learning about those with serious illnesses "pulls at my heartstrings". He said: "Last year when my wife and I attended we knew we were expecting our first child - no one...

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