Today, the Duke of Sussex celebrates his 39th birthday at the Invictus Games and spends the day with his wife, Meghan Markle, in Düsseldorf.
Prince Harry marked the occasion by visiting a German brewery in Düsseldorf with a handful of his staff, taking a break from his hectic schedule.
It is unknown what gifts Harry will get on his special day, but there is talk that Meghan Markle will surprise him.
The Prince received a remarkable Christmas gift, which he described as “cold-blooded,” in his memoir Spare, which was released on January 10 this year.
When the Royal family was getting ready to open their gifts on Christmas Eve at Sandringham Estate, the late Queen’s sister, “Aunt Margo,” gave his nephew an odd Christmas present.
The gift, according to Prince Harry, was a little biro with a rubber fish wrapped around it.
He recalls: “Standing before my pile, I chose to open the smallest present first. The tag said: ‘From Aunt Margo’. I looked over, called out: ‘Thank you, Aunt Margo!'”
Harry adds: “It wasn’t just any biro, she pointed out. It had a tiny rubber fish wrapped around it. I said: ‘Oh. A fish biro! OK.’ I told myself: That is cold-blooded.”
In his memoir, Harry describes how he and Princess Margaret should have been friends because they were “two spares” with a lot in common.
According to a source, the Duke of Sussex compared Princess Margaret to himself and Prince William as siblings and the “intense competition” she would have faced with Queen Elizabeth II.
He also characterizes them as “both rebels” and “both labeled as sirens.”
Harry’s celebrations this year will most likely be very different from past years, as he will be in the German city.
In his outing to celebrate his 39th birthday, the head waiter also revealed that the party appeared to be having a good time, claiming that Harry had “drunk six beers.”
The celebration also included sampling various delicacies and presenting the Duke with a unique white chocolate cake.
On TSZ Newz, you can see images of Prince Harry’s life from when he was a baby to the present day.