Prince Harry In Botswana - 2010
Prince Harry might be goofing around with Prince William and a 5 metre African Rock Python at The Mokolodi Nature Reserve in Botswana, but it was these trips that helped him become a champion for wildlife.
The Duke of Sussex now spends a lot of time with African Parks assisting in conservation work.
Walking With The Wounded - 2011
Yes, that is Prince Harry in the dashing orange suit.
The prince was part of the Walking with the Wounded team that walked to the North Pole. Harry took part in the first five days.
The exhibition was to raise money for wounded service men and women, but also taught those on the journey life-changing lessons.
Captain Wales - 2012
Prince Harry got the chance to be just one of the boys when he was known as Captain Wales during his 20-week deployment in Afghanistan.
While Harry was known at this point to struggle with school and many other aspects of being in the spotlight, he excelled in learning how to fly the Apache helicopter which is notoriously hard to fly.
Life in the military gave Harry a chance at a normal life as well as gave him some of the hard love and structure he needed.
Launch Of The Invictus Game - 2014
After serving and seeing a need to create a life for veterans after, Prince Harry launched the Invictus Games for injured service men and women.
The games have not only given the veterans a "second chance" (the words of one athlete) but have given the spare heir a legacy of his own.
Open About His Own Mental Health - 2016
In 2016, Prince Harry joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in launching the Heads Together Campaign to work towards bettering mental health.
Harry also eventually admitted to his own struggles after the death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales and how it took him time to seek help.
More recently the prince opened up about struggling with the pressure of the press and watching Meghan Markle go through the unwarranted criticism. Yet, his honesty has made many other people realize that they aren't alone in their own mental health battles.
Continuing His Mother's Work - 2016
Part of finding his own path as the spare has been the continuation of Princess Diana's work.
Harry is continuing his mother's legacy by championing causes related to HIV/AIDS awareness like the time he and Rihanna took blood tests in Barbados to promote widespread testing.
He Met His Princess - 2016
They say behind every great man is even a greater woman.
While Prince Harry was already setting out a life for himself, once he met Meghan Markle everything seemed to fall in place.
The two complement each other and she helps bring out the humanitarian in him.
His Role As Commmonwealth Youth Ambassador - 2018
The Queen sure knew what she was doing when named Harry as Commonwealth Youth Ambassador in 2018.
More than 60 per cent of the Commonwealth's 2.4 billion people are under the age of 30 and who better to relate to them than fun-loving Harry?
Not only is the position great for the youth but it also gives the Duke a chance to represent the monarchy without being lost in the static that can sometimes come when you aren't the direct heir.
Finding His Own Voice - 2019
The split of households was inevitable, as the Cambridges and the Sussexs grew into their own roles, they would need the staff to support them.
While overshadowed by the disagreements between the brothers at the time (Harry would later admit "inevitably stuff happens"), the creation of SussexRoyal gave Harry and Meghan a voice of their own and allowed them to speak out on what they find important in addition to their royal roles.
Becoming A Father - 2019
A year after his wedding to Meghan Markle, the couple welcomed their first child - Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
Anyone who watched Harry's announcement could see the joy on his face. A look that was rare in the past.
Fatherhood was that missing piece.