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Prince Harry continues his search for a lady...Saturday, March 17, 2012
He's recently opened up about the difficulty of finding a mate who isn't scared off by his 'job' as a member of the Royal Family. But it didn't look as though Prince Harry was having too much difficulty attracting the opposite sex while partying in London last night. The 27-year-old was seen chatting to a blonde beauty outside the Brompton Club in South Kensington. The prince looked deep in conversation with a pretty girl sitting on the steps outside the club smoking a cigarette. Wearing a white dress with black tights, Harry's companion looked understandably absorbed in their chat, though also a little worse for wear for her night out. Harry looked composed in a smart blue shirt and black trousers. But the soul-searching young prince has revealed his fear that women are scared off by his 'job' in the Royal Family and said he sometimes longed to be 'normal'. Although he is one of the world's most eligible bachelors, Harry hinted that he has struggled to find a girlfriend who was willing to take on a public role at his side. In a candid interview on US television, he was asked if being royal lived up to its image. Laughing, he replied: "No, not at all, ha ha — as any girl would ever tell you. It's sort of, 'Oh my God, he's a prince'. But no. The job that it entails — I mean look at me, I'm 27 years old." On his chances of marriage, he added: "I'm not so much searching for someone to fulfil the role, but obviously, you know, finding someone that would be willing to take it on." Harry's only long-term relationship was with Chelsy Davy, 26, and finished in 2009 after five years.
— Daily Mail
'It's real, serious, grown-up stuff'
— Daily Mail
George Clooney arrested
George Clooney was this week taken away in handcuffs after being arrested at a protest outside the Sudanese Embassy in Washington. The 50-year-old actor, his father Nick and a number of other protesters had been given three verbal warnings by police not to cross a police line outside the embassy before being taken into custody. They had accused Sudan's president, Omar al-Bashir, of provoking a humanitarian crisis and blocking food and aid from entering the Nuba Mountains in the county's border region with South Sudan. "We are here really to ask two very simple questions," the academy-award winning actor had said shortly before his arrest, according a report on CNN. "The first question is something immediate — and immediately we need humanitarian aid to be allowed into the Sudan before it becomes the worst humanitarian crisis in the world." Clooney added that the second thing he was there for, "is for the government in Khartoum to stop randomly killing its own innocent men, women and children. Stop raping them and stop starving them." Clooney said that he hopes to draw more attention to the issue and is impressed with President Barack Obama's personal engagement on it.
— Daily Mail
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