Feb 17, 2014 11:30 AM
This was a busy weekend for the royal family!
Prince William attended the BAFTAs on Sunday night, and the day before that his little brother Prince Harry stopped by the Goodwood Motor Circuit in Chichester, West Sussex, where he was attending a track day for the Royal Foundation Endeavor Fund. Though Harry appeared to be having a good time at the event, he's facing a bit of criticism after making a pledge to save endangered wildlife in Africa last week. You see, an old hunting picture of Harry has hit the web, and it shows the young prince posing with a water buffalo that he had just shot and killed in Argentina. The photo was taken in 2004, but it's not exactly the best timing...
A rep for the palace declined to comment on the photo, but a senior royal aide said in a statement, "It would be a great shame if the publication of this picture were to detract from the efforts being made by the three princes to curb the appalling illegal wildlife trade. Like his father and brother, Prince Harry has always been a strong supporter of the campaign to protect endangered species." On the plus side, this isn't as bad as the time Harry dressed up as a Nazi or went butt naked at a party in Las Vegas...
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton spent her Valentine's Day opening the ICAP Art Room at the Northolt High School in Ealing, London. Kate is patron of the Art Room, which is a national charity that offers art as therapy to children. Can you believe she gave birth 8 months ago? She looks amazing!
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