Prince Harry arrived at London's Royal Hospital Chelsea this morning to celebrate Founder's Day with some of the retired military personnel who live in the facility. Harry, who serves his country as a captain in the Royal army, had a great deal to discuss with some of the patients and supporters. One curious attendee quizzed Prince Harry about his marriage plans following the wedding of his brother, Prince William, to Kate Middleton in April. Harry replied, "Not for a long time — who put you up to ask me that?" He's surely getting asked about commitment in the wake of Will and Kate's nuptials, but Harry might actually be single at the moment due to his rumored split from Chelsy Davy. Harry went on to discuss his devotion to the armed forces, saying, "I do have some experience of soldiering. The comradeship that comes with it is one of the things I treasure most in life. The army, for me and thousands like me, is a family. In that respect, for veterans coming here, it must be like coming home." Prince Harry had a day of royal duty after a fun Saturday playing polo at the Cirencester Park Polo Club. His brother William will be in the spotlight tonight when he and Kate Middleton make their first party appearance as a married couple at the annual Ark charity dinner.
Prince Harry Suits Up and Talks Marriage at Royal Event For Vets