Prince Harry poses for a photo with Canadian silver medalist rower Malcom Howard. (Photo: Ryan Remiorz/REUTERS)
Sure, he has to cheer for Team GB, but Prince Harry took some time out Thursday to hang with Canadian Olympians.
He was at the pool Wednesday when Canadian Brent Hayden took bronze in the 100m freestyle.
On Thursday, he visited Canada House and received a Canadian team jacked from Canadian Olympic Committee president Marcel Aubut, watched television with the others as the women’s 8-member rowing team take silver and took photos with some of our athletes.
It’s nice that a member of our royal family isn’t just focused on Great Britain during the Olympics.
Meanwhile, the prince apparently told Canadian athletes he’s “too old” to party like he used to.
He chatted with Canadian Michael Tayler about the Olympics, and when the slalom kayaker asked the prince where was a good place to go out at night in London, helicopter pilot Harry reportedly said: “I don’t go out anymore. I’m too old, I’m too old.”
Somehow, I doubt that very much.