Prince Harry turns undercover runner
Prince Harry turns undercover runner, Prince Harry wears William mask for Sport Relief Mile in Brazil, The Prince decided to don a particularly unconvincing disguise for his Sport Relief mile in Brazil. Prince Harry showed his sense of humour once again as he donned a mask of his brother, Prince William's face during a Sport Relief Mile run in Rio De Janeiro on Saturday.
The Prince's brother was never far from his mind during his day in Brazil, which is part of his Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Harry, who showed off his moves in Belize last week, said: "Everything about Rio makes you want to dance. I'm just so thankful that my brother isn't here because he might actually do it — and that would not be cool."
As well as taking part in the Sport Relief Mile with Lily Cole on the Flamengo beachfront (which he completed in eight minutes and 32 seconds), Harry also tried his hand at rugby and volleyball.
It might be Wills who has joked about being "keen" for tickets to the women's beach volleyball at the Olympics, but it was Harry who got a taste of the sport ahead of the games in London.
Harry was celebrating Britain and Brazil's shared love of sports and was exploring the links between London 2012 and Rio 2016.
Harry has been representing the Queen in Belize, the Bahamas, Jamaica and Brazil this last week.
During his time in Jamaica, Harry hugged the republican Prime Minister and ran with Usain Bolt. He also hung out with Gary Barlow, who tried to get him to sing on the official Jubilee Song.
Last weekend in Belize, the Prince boogied with the locals at a Jubilee Block Party.
Yesterday in Rio, Harry showed off his moves once again, as he took to the stage during a GREAT event. He visited the Complexo do Alemao favela in one of Rio's poorest districts.
Today, Harry will play in the Sentebale Polo Cup in the Campinas district of Sao Paulo before spending a few days exploring wetland conservation on behalf of his Foundation with William.