Prince Harry in high spirits at charity day following trip to see girlfriend Meghan Markle
Prince Harry has just seen his girlfriend Meghan Markle in Toronto
The Prince did his best to channel a broker at the global firm, using his wit and humour to seal deals. "50 million, done," he was heard saying on the phone. Negotiating another deal he quipped, "We'd like a bit more than that," prompting laughter from the trading floor.
His charity, which supports orphans and vulnerable children in Lesotho, many of who are affected by HIV/AIDS, was clearly at the forefront of his mind.
Harry played broker for the day at the ICAP charity day
Joining Harry at the star-studded charity event were celebrities from the TV, music and sports world including Jon Snow, Samantha Bond, Dr Christian Jessen and Jeremy Vine.
Many of the brokers and stars had donned fancy dress for the charity day; Harry was subjected to some light teasing and asked why he wasn't in costume.
The Prince helped seal deals over the phone
Since 1993 ICAP's charity day has raised almost ?127million for charities around the world, with more than 60 ICAP offices worldwide taking part annually. The firm has shown its support for Harry's charity before, and helped fund its new centre, the Mamohato Children's Centre, in Lesotho.
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