Prince Harry arrived in Santiago, Chile to attend an official celebration of the Queen's birthday. During his visit, the Royal Prince talked about his nephew, Prince George, and even recevied a marriage proposal from a Middleton.
According to the abcNews report, Viriginia Araya of the Chilean radio station Infinita conducted an interview with Prince Harry where she inquired about the Royal baby. Prince Harry, 29, claimed that 11-month-old Prince George already reminds him of an iconic British leader.
"I asked him what George was like. He said: 'He's growing up, he is walking and he has big, chubby cheeks. He looks like a young Winston Churchill'," Araya revealed to the Telegraph. The Royal baby will be celebrating his first birthday this coming July and a big celebration is expected to take place.
Meanwhile, the Express report revealed that Prince Harry received a marriage proposal on the first day of his three-day visit in Chile. The marriage proposal came from a Middleton but it is not from the Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister, Pippa.
In 2011, millions of viewers who witnessed the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton noticed the chemistry between Prince William and Pippa Middleton and even hoped that the two will try dating. However, it was another Middleton who made her move on the single Royal Prince.
Bernardita Middleton, the TV presenter of the morning show Bienvenidos (Welcome), had the chance to talk to the Royal Prince during his Santiago walkabout. Prince Harry noticed the 28-year-old TV presenter wearing a tiara at the event and told her that he likes her tiara.
"Very smart. Who do you work for?" Prince Harry told Bernardita Middleton as he walked towards her. "I am a Middleton, like Princess Kate. I'll be your next wife Harry," the TV presenter stated after waving the huge press card that she made in front of the Royal Prince.
The report further revealed that Prince Harry giggled after hearing the proposal from Middleton before moving on his walkabout with the other young women screaming "Harry, we love you." Prince Harry kicked off his brief tour in Chile after placing a wreath at the monument of the country's independence leader Bernardo O'Higgins.
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