Prince Harry retired from the army and is engaged in charity


In June, after nearly ten years of service, Prince Harry is going to leave the British army. This is stated in the report released in Kensington Palace where the grandson of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II lives. To translate this content in other language, contact Translation Companies UK

According to the statement, the prince, who served as a captain, will be dismissed from the armed forces after a trip to Australia. “He will spend four weeks and serve in the local armed forces”, reports Tass.

Harry, who turned 30 years old, intends to further dedicate himself to charitable organizations involved in support of military veterans, protection of wildlife and the development of Africa.

However, as previously the Prince reported, he is “not fully defined” with the choice of profession, and is considering variants for the future. The decision to leave the army, as Harry noted, “was taken in a very hard time, but he was glad with the possibility of a new chapter in his life.”

Prince Harry began serving in the British armed forces in 2005 – after graduating from the prestigious Military Academy at Sandhurst. Early in his career, he asked to be sent to serve in Iraq, where British troops clashed with insurgents.

In 2007 he was sent to Afghanistan, where he served for 2.5 months as a helicopter dispatcher and took part in the battles with the Taliban. Prince’s trip was kept secret, and he was evacuated from Afghanistan when the foreign press reported about his presence there.

In late 2012 – early 2013 Prince Harry was again sent to Afghanistan for 5 months. This time, he served as a pilot of a military helicopter and performed combat missions.

Harry’s brother Prince William left active duty in the age of 30. Their father – Prince of Wales Charles retired from the Navy at the age of 28 years.

Through goggles with virtual reality a father saw the birth of his son in another city

Being four thousand kilometers from his family, an Australian was able to be present at the birth of his son with the help of glasses with virtual reality. A resident of Perth Jays Lark watched the birth of his child in real-time, being in Queensland, says Sydney Morning Herald.

Jace is the only breadwinner in the family. Wanting to earn some money, he signed a contract according to which he had to work in another city. Due to this fact he could not present at the birth. “We were afraid that the authorities will not let Jace to go home shortly before the end of his contract,” – told his wife Alison to reporters.

Then the couple decided to resort to using high-tech as they both very expected the birth of their third child. They contacted Samsung company, which recently launched the sale of the Gear VR headset, and became participants of the pilot project of the company. Jace was given a helmet of virtual reality, and special equipment was installed in the hospital where his wife gave birth. Both parents had headphones and microphones so they could talk.

Alison said that she had great help with words of encouragement from her husband, and she felt his presence nearby through the camcorder.

Jays and Alison Lark became heroes of the video, shot by Samsung.