Prince Harry Angry Birds Hat Follows Queen's Olympic Parachute Jump as Royal Family Take Comedic Turn


Prince Harry continued his usual jester-like nature by donning an angry birds hat at a local music festival recently.

Prince Harry, who is known for his playful and warm nature, donned the funny hat, which derived its image from the hit App game "Angry Birds."

The prince was spotted wearing the hilarious hat on his head at the Womad World Music Festival as he enjoyed a play around with other visitors to the event.

Prince Harry was spotted on Saturday during a playful game of ping pong as he and a companion both donned matching Angry Bird hats.

He was attending the 30th anniversary of the music festival alongside Cressida Bonas, 23, his cousin Princess Beatrice, and her boyfriend Jack Brooksbank.

The Angry Bird hat is widely recognizable following the huge worldwide success of the smartphone app game where the user has to fire "angry birds" at a group of pigs who have stolen their eggs. The game progresses through various levels and provides the user with different birds that have different features helping them to take out shielded pigs.

Prince Harry's brother and sister-in-law Kate Middleton have also been in the public eye a lot recently, attending events across the Olympics. They have been a constant feature watching in the Olympic stadium, as well as watching the gymnastics in the Greenwich arena.

Harry, however, isn't the only joker of the family. Queen Elizabeth herself made millions laugh when she took part in the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games just over a week ago now. She was shown during the opening ceremony being escorted by James Bond from Buckingham Palace to the Olympic stadium via helicopter. As they came over the stadium the queen jumped out, parachuting down. Seconds later she entered the stadium to a rapturous round of applause, with millions laughing around the world on TV.

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