Caption: Joker: Prince Harry (centre) wore a mask of his brother Prince William during the Sport Relief Mile in Rio de Janeiro
Caption: Mine! It doesn't matter if they're half his height; Prince Harry's young rivals at the Flamingo Beach match in Rio are still not allowed a look-in.
Prince Harry's first foreign tour saw him today playing beach volleyball in Rio de Janeiro, having a game of beach rugby and running a mile for charity - wearing a mask of his brother.
Harry was at the Great Sports Day on the city's stunning Flamengo Beach organised by the British Government to showcase the best this country has to offer.
The prince, who is in South America at the request of the Government, was taking part in a British-themed sports day - part of a Great campaign event to celebrate the passion Brazil and the UK share for sports, an organiser said.
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