Prince Henry of Wales
Coined "the spare" by the world's press, Prince Henry "Harry" Windsor was born a ginger-haired wild child who was not afraid to defy expectations and to break the rules as he saw fit, carrying this attitude throughout his life. The son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, Prince Harry was third in line to the British throne after his father and older brother, Prince William Windsor. At a young age, Prince Harry was rambunctious and rowdier than his more reserved brother. He often flashed a big smile when seen in public, and was dubbed the "Happy Prince." But amidst all the luxuries afforded him, his charmed life was marred by his parents' widely publicized battles and divorce, followed by the unexpected death of his beloved "Mummy" in a 1997 car crash in Paris. As a young adult, Prince Harry had his fair share of scandals, including scuffles with the paparazzi, being caught using marijuana, wearing a Nazi uniform to a costume party, and throwing a wild Las Vegas party resulting in nude photos of himself splashed across the Internet. Yet, Harry possessed a nobler side. He inherited his mother's philanthropic ways and risked his life to fight on the frontlines of war, single-handedly redefining the meaning of a modern-day prince.