Prince Harry made his first trip to Lesotho in 2004.
He visited the Mants'ase Children's home which would ultimately form a lifelong bond and his love for the country.
The year 2005 was not the best for Harry.
It started off with pictures surfacing of him in a Nazi outfit from a fancy dress party. Later in the year he was photographed smoking and Harry was dubbed a party prince.
Prince Harry is passed-out as commissioned officer, 2nd Lieutenant Harry Wales from Sandhurst Military Academy.
Harry would go onto continue a career in the military and focus his work on veterans.
Prince Harry is deployed to the Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
While on the embargoed visit he visited with Gurkha soldiers.
The secret trip would eventually be revealed by foreign press and Harry was removed due to security.
When British royalty meets Hollywood royalty.
Prince Harry greeted the late Joan Rivers and Robin Williams at "We Are Most Amused" in celebration of Prince Charles' 60th birthday.
Prince Harry makes an official visit to New York where he joked that he was always the worst student and struggled in math while visiting a local school.
He also took part in an obstacle course against Prince Seesio of Lesotho which included this balloon pop. Harry lost to Seesio but still had fun.
There is something about Prince Harry with kids that just melts our hearts.
Here Harry gives a young girl Tyrell Richards a kiss while visiting the Queen Elizabeth II Children's Hospital in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Prince Harry gains a sister!
The prince acted as best man to Prince William during his wedding to Kate Middleton.
Before the big day, Harry said that he was excited to finally have a sister.
Prince Harry joins the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the river pageant in honour of Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee, marking 60 years of the Queen's reign.
Prince Harry plays seated volleyball during the Warrior Games in Colorado.
Attending the games is what would inspire him to start the Invictus Games down the road.
A year after attending the Warrior Games, Prince Harry put his plan into action and started the Invictus Games.
The games give wounded veterans the chance to compete in a variety of sports to help them achieve a sense of belonging.
2015 was a good year for Prince Harry.
Not only did he meet with First Lady Michelle Obama to discuss the Let Girls Learn program, it was also the year he grew a beard (not seen in this photo).
Prince Harry visits Kathmandu's historic Patan Durbar Square after the 2015 earthquake.
A young man tries to teach him how to restore some of the wood artifacts that were damaged but he just can't get the hang of it.
Prince Harry looks madly in love with Meghan Markle who made her first official appearance with Harry in none other than Toronto.
The crowds went crazy at the two took their seats to watch wheelchair tennis at Nathan Phillips Square during the 2017 Invictus Games.
May 19, 2018-- Royal fans flew in from all around the world to witness the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with some camping out on the Long Walk for days before.
A very nervous looking Harry lit up when he saw his bride and couldn't stop smiling the entire time.
From just a young man himself, Harry came full circle when he welcomed his first child in 2019.
Master Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor helped his dad celebrate his first ever Father's Day only weeks after he was born.
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2020 was a BIG year for Prince Harry.
Not only did he and Meghan Markle leave their roles as working royals, they moved to Los Angeles, signed a major Netflix deal and finally landed the freedom he has always wanted.
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Prince Harry put aside his differences with Prince William to come together to unveil a new statue of their late mother Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday.
The event took place shortly after welcoming his daughter Lilibet Diana.
Letting his guard down, Prince Harry got real about his own mental health in his Oprah co-produced special "The Me You Can't See".
The Duke of Sussex was honest about his struggles (current and past) in hopes of ending the stigma that surrounds mental wellbeing.