Prince Harry gets candid about royal life in Guyana: 'With privilege comes a lot of responsibility'

Prince Harry spent much of his time in the Caribbean learning about different organizations and youth programs, but that didn't stop a group of young women at Joshua House Children's Home in Guyana from quizzing the prince on all things royal. From life in Buckingham Palace to maids to responsibility, the 31-year-old happily answered any questions fired his way.


Harry was happy to answer questions about his royal life.

One topic of discussion was Buckingham Palace. While Harry admitted that he doesn't "get to spend much time there" he did reveal that the "food is delicious." He elaborated: "The Queen spends quite a lot of time there ... It's very historical, of course it is. It's one of our biggest landmarks."

Harry was met with a chorus of giggles when one bystander asked him how many maids are employed in the Queen's official residence. "Oh, I don't know. Probably not as many as you think," he answered.

The royal paid a visit to Joshua House Children's Home on the final day of his tour.

Talk quickly turned to Harry's life as a royal, with many women wanting to learn more about the pros and cons of being a senior member of Britain's Royal Family. The former apache helicopter pilot described being a prince as "good and bad." He added: "There's lots of privileges, of course, that you get from when you were born, but with privilege comes a lot of responsibility.


"And being a prince means you have to [use] all the positivity and try to encourage people to see the good stuff about life."

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