If Prince Harry isn't fighting in Afghanistan, eyeing a climb of Mount Everest, or leading a bar hop in San Diego, he's ... fostering international relations through volleyball? The British royal son spent three days in Rio to publicize this year's London Olympics and Brazil's 2016 games, by playing beach volleyball, showing off his beach rugby skills, and taking part in a mile-long race while wearing a mask of brother Prince William, Sky News reports.
Harry also found time to keep up his friendly rivalry with William, when explaining how "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." On the somewhat serious side, he said "it's going to be a great era for our two countries, for the friendship between us. Something like a marriage—now, there's an idea." Wonder if that's at all related to him canoodling with a Kate Middleton clone. (Read more Prince Harry stories.)