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Prince Harry bear-hugged by American sailor

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Prince Harry bear-hugged by American sailorBritain's Prince Harry was bear-hugged by an American sailor during his visit to Australia during the Invictus Games (Oct. 22)
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Prince Harry "enjoyed" a bear-hug from an American sailor during his visit to Australia on Sunday. The British royal was shocked by the embrace, which took place during a sailing contest in Sydney Harbour on the first day of the Invictus Games.

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