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The adventures of Prince Harry and his swoon-worthy beard

Prince Harry has kept his beard after working hard in Africa over the past three-months in his “dream job”.

Prince Harry has been working hard in Africa over the past three-months in his “dream job” and now new photos have emerged with the royal sporting a beard. Be still our beating hearts. And we thought the last time we would see the young royals facial harry was during his conservation work - but thankfully we were wrong. New snaps of the royal has emerged as he attended the Rugby World Cup welcoming party with his rugged beard, a crisp blue suit, and wow - he looks good!
He may hate taking a selfie, but snaps of Harry smiling with a beautiful African rhino certainly score a like in our books.
The fifth-in-line to the throne dropped into the African Conservation Experience's Khulula Care for Wild. It is the largest centre dedicated to caring for orphaned rhinos in South Africa and the royal couldn’t wipe his beam as he met the endangered animals and their caretakers.
Sporting some royally-approved (ginger) stubble, Harry, 30, spent several hours speaking and touring with volunteers. During his visit he made a new bestie with a baby rhino named Warren.
The African Conservation Experience Facebook page shared three snaps of the Prince hanging with the beautiful animals.
“Royalty and Rhino! Friday was probably one of the most exciting days ever for Khulula Care for Wild, as the project received a visit by none other than HRH Prince Harry! He spent the better part of the day with the team, learning about the amazing work that the project does in saving orphaned rhino. Thank you, Prince Harry, for giving your time and voice to raising awareness for rhino conservation," the caption read.
Harry’s summer sabbatical has revolved around animal welfare and Namibia's Minister for Environment and Tourism, Mr. Pohamba Shifeta couldn’t express enough how impressed he was with the Prince’s incredible efforts.
"He is really interested in the conversation of our biodiversity. He is passionate about conservation. It can make an impact," Mr. Pohamba Shifeta told People.
In honour of the re-emergence of Prince Harry and the return of his beard, we look back at all his amazing styles over the years (And believe us, you’ll feel the heat of the African sun looking through these photos!)

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