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Prince Harry stars in new music video for Wellchild charity

Gemma Strong

Prince Harry has made his music video debut — for charity! The British royal makes a cameo appearance in a new version of Daniel Powter's 2005 hit song Bad Day, which has been released in support of Wellchild.

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Harry is a patron of the British charity, which helps sick children and their families across the UK. A teaser for the video shows the caring Prince bonding with an ill child, as he appears alongside Wellchild nurses and some of the youngsters they support.

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Prince Harry has made his music video debut for Wellchild

The new single - which was unveiled at the 2016 WellChild Awards - is sung by the WellChild Nurse and Families choir, and also features Scouting For Girls and rising X Factor star Josh Daniel. It can be pre-ordered on iTunes now, and will be released on all platforms on 11 November.

Harry's compassionate side is well documented. Just recently, Sir Elton John commented on the Prince's ability to bond with people from all walks of life, as he sat down for an interview with HELLO!.

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The caring royal is patron of the children's charity

"People love him because he has his mother's ability to communicate so brilliantly on a very, very humble level and that's what she had," he observed.  

Harry attended the WellChild Awards back in August, where he celebrated the courage of all the nominees, and those who care for them. The 32-year-old expressed his joy at meeting the seriously ill children in a series of tweets posted on KensingtonRoyal’s Twitter account.


"The ‪#WellChildAwards is one of those moments in life when you are left in awe at the strength of human character,” he said. "Watching these young people face challenges with such determination, positivity and good humour never fails to take my breath away.

"I am so fortunate to have had the chance of meeting you all and so proud to be associated with this fantastic charity."

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