Prince Harry slept in a freezer and endured frozen temperatures on Tuesday. The Prince wasn't trying to be a showoff, but instead is training for his next big event. The Antarctic charity race is for a good cause, but everyone who goes on the journey must train in extreme cold to be ready as it’s chilly in the South Pole.
An average day on the journey is between 9 and 12 miles with plenty of ground to cover. The 200-mile Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge is not for the ill prepared so exposing and even sleeping in a freezer is a great way to get started in training. The race is organized by the Walking with the Wounded charity and plenty of famous people will be on the South Pole trek to raise money and awareness.
Prince Harry has always been keen to adventure. Looking to help others with charity causes also seems to be a major part of his life. That’s why when fans see him dressed up in a parka and hanging out in a big simulated South Pole area, it seems pretty special as the man is always trying to make a different even if he has to chill out to make things happen.