The Duke of Sussex celebrates his birthday on 15 September

Prince Harry’s secret birthday gift coordinated by Oprah Winfrey – details

Prince Harry will have received many memorable birthday gifts throughout his time as a royal, but it seems that one year, his close friend Oprah Winfrey went above and beyond with the lavish gift she gave him.

Iron Chef contestant Cat Cora revealed to professional cyclist Lance Armstrong during a Stars on Mars interview that Oprah once hired her to prepare a meal for the Duke of Sussex on his birthday. “One day I hear my phone ringing, and it’s Oprah, and she says: ‘Cat, it’s Harry’s birthday and I need you to cook for them,'” she described the incident to Lance.


Cat prepared a meal for Prince Harry on his birthday
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Cat revealed that she became friends with Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, referring to them as “buddies” and “really nice” despite withholding the name of the meal she made for the couple.

She also gushed to Lance about how much she loved the late Queen, calling her “sweet”.

A new reality game show called Stars on Mars that airs on Fox features celebrities in an Australian base camp that has been created to resemble conditions on Mars. Before casting votes to remove fellow contestants who may be struggling in the challenges, the competing celebrities must cooperate to complete missions.

In the most recent episode, the team had to find a base intruder, and Lance was eliminated because the other competitors felt he was getting in the way of their progress.


Harry is currently in Japan with friend Nacho Figueras
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The Duke appeared on stage on Wednesday in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, while Harry is currently there. At the ISPS Sports Values Summit-Special Edition, the 38-year-old, who was dressed in a blue suit and a white shirt, was all smiles. It follows the father-of-two’s Tuesday appearance with longtime friend and Argentine polo player Nacho Figueras at Haneda airport.

At the event, he joined a group to talk about the importance of teamwork, community, and philanthropy. He also stressed the necessity of having “a dream” and the “need for community” in order to succeed in sports.

“I have long believed that sport is a conduit for healing – not just for the mind and body, but for the world,” Harry said. The philanthropic principles that we learn on the job are the same ones we learn in life: that anything is possible with a mission, hard work, dedication, and partnership. No one ever crosses a finish line or scores a goal without the assistance and belief of others, whether they work together in victory or comport themselves with respect in defeat. For me, that is the strength of sport.


The pair will play polo together later in the week
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Harry and Nacho will fly to Singapore on Saturday for their annual charity event, the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup.

The annual Polo Cup is essential to Sentebale’s vital work making sure children and young people are healthy, resilient, and able to thrive, the Duke stated in a statement prior to his travels. The money raised this year will go toward our Clubs and Camps program, which offers young people living with HIV intensive psychosocial support.


We wonder how Harry will celebrate his birthday this year
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In order to meet the needs of kids and teenagers in Lesotho, Harry and Prince Seeiso founded Sentebale in 2006. The name, which in Sesotho means “forget-me-not,” stands for a commitment to remember the most defenseless kids in the area.

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