Prince Harry wows crowd with airshow stunts
LONDON (WHDH) -- In Britain, royal stunts wowed a crowd of spectators.
An apache attack helicopter performed a series of flips and turns - but when the crowd found out who was behind the controls -- they were even more impressed.
Spectators watched as an apache helicopter did some serious maneuvering, pretty much rolling on its back.
At the controls? None other than Britain's Prince Harry.
The crowd at an airshow in England had no idea who was at the helm. A low-key announcement made just before the performance tipped them off.
It’s the latest heroics, say some, from Prince Harry.
It emerged in a new book by an openly gay British soldier that harry defended him against an anti- gay attack while the two were serving, and that they became friends.
He spoke highly of Prince Harry away from the spotlight.
All this, as the prince prepares to become a royal uncle very soon.
As Kate makes her final preparations for her baby, seen out shopping at a design store full of fabrics, perhaps for the royal arrival, so many are still wondering if the baby is a girl or boy.