Competitive Harry game for a laugh.
PRINCE Harry was not taking any prisoners as he joined children for football and rugby training.
e prince was visiting a community project in Ipswich, Suolk, and donned tracksuit bottoms and an England rugby polo shirt for the occasion.
He was in boisterous mood as he joined in a game of touch rugby.
George Hill, nine, from Ipswich, said: "He was funny and making lots of jokes. He told me I had to stay behind the ball and joked that if I went in front again he would slap me."
Jake Katz Roberts, 11, from Islington, north London, managed to dodge one of the Prince's tackles.
"He told me ' at's the last time you're going to skin me," he said.
During the visit to Inspire Suolk, Harry, a well-known rugby fan and vice patron of the Rugby Football Union, went on to join in a football kick-around in a similarly competitive fashion.
This was a slightly uncomfortable moment for Prince Harry during his game of football in Ipswich yesterday