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'Down-to-earth' Prince Harry thrills remote New Zealand island

Britain's Prince Harry (C) talks to DOC manager Brent Beaven (L) and Kate Richardson in Sydney Cove on Ulva Island in New Zealand on May 10, 2015Britain’s Prince Harry showed off his “down-to-earth” side Sunday, shucking oysters and talking rugby as he ventured to the southernmost populated island of New Zealand. About a quarter of the 378 residents of Stewart Island, including some of its eligible young women, managed to get up close to the royal bachelor as he casually mingled with locals on the remote outpost. One of the youngest members in the crowd was 12-year-old Angus Kenny, who described Harry as “more down-to-earth than I thought he would be”, adding that meeting the prince was “pretty cool”. As Harry was taught how to shuck oysters, a speciality seafood in the region, he impressed with his expectation that defending champions New Zealand will again make the Rugby World Cup finals this year while adding that his England team were also “very good”.

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