April 8, 2010

       Prince Harry, the third-in-line to the British throne, has flouted Royal Family rules by signing the plaster cast of a girl who had fractured her arm, a media report said.

              As a counsellor of state who signs government papers and brings legislation into force when he stands in for the Queen, the Prince is strictly not supposed to sign anything that could lead to his signature being copied and forged.And now he has risked landing in hot water with his grandmother, the Queen, though she is likely to forgive him for the gesture which made the day of Charlotte Wilkinson Burnett, an Air Training Corps cadet who met him during his visit to Lesotho this summer, the 'Daily Express' reported."The cast is coming off on May 18 but I'm keeping it now -- it's going in a glass box," said the 17-year-old from Barrow Upon Soar, Leicestershire, who asked if he would sign her plaster. The Prince wrote: "Get well soon. Harry".


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