Prince Harry attends Zulu screening in London

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12 June 2014

Britain's Prince Harry was greeted by hundreds of people at the 50th anniversary screening of war film 'Zulu' on Tuesday night.

Britain's Prince Harry was greeted by hundreds of people at the 50th anniversary screening of Zulu on Tuesday night.  The 29-year-old royal looked dapper in a grey suit, white shirt and black tie as he walked the red carpet outside the Odeon Cinema in London's Leicester Square.

'I watch this film every single year before Christmas time. Maybe once. Maybe twice'
The film had been digitally enhanced to mark the occasion and the event also celebrated the work of three charities which help wounded soldiers and young people in Africa - Walking with the Wounded, Senteble and The David Rattray Memorial Trust. 

The 1964 movie, starring a young Michael Caine, tells the story of 150 British troops who took on an epic battle with 4,000 Zulu warriors at Rorke's Drift in South Africa, while many were sick and wounded, and their achievements earned them 11 prestigious Victoria Crosses.

Speaking before the screening, the prince told Suzannah Endfield Olivier, the daughter of the film's director Cy Endfield that Zulu is one of his favourite films.

He said: "I watch this film every single year before Christmas time. Maybe once. Maybe twice."

The flame-haired hunk was then greeted by a goat called Shenkin, the regimental mascot for the 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh, before he made his way inside the cinema.

-          Bang Showbiz

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