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Prince Harry at the South Pole

Updated 9:20 PM ET, Fri December 13, 2013
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Britain's Prince Harry, left, and Ivan Castro, touch the pole, as they and their fellow adventurers reach the South Pole, as part of their Walking With The Wounded charity trek, Friday, December 13. After more than three weeks pulling sleds across more than 300 kilometers of Antarctica, the group stood at the bottom of the world at midday. Walking with the Wounded/Victoria Nicholson/AP
Prince Harry, back row fourth right, with members of Team UK, Team Commonwealth and Team U.S. at the South Pole as part of the Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge 2013 on December 13. Walking with the Wounded/Victoria Nicholso/AP
Britain's Prince Harry and Heath Jamieson of Team Commonwealth pose at the bottom of the world. Walking with the Wounded/Victoria Nicholson/AP
Prince Harry, left, with fellow adventurers after reaching the South Pole. Walking with the Wounded/Victoria Nicholson/AP
Britain's Prince Harry, left, and Margaux Mange of Team U.S. at the South Pole. Walking with the Wounded/Victoria Nicholson/AP
Team Commonwealth trekkers check their equipment in Antarctica on Day 2 of their journey. Prince Harry is a patron of Team UK in the challenge. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/Getty Images
Teams trek with their sleds in Antarctica on Day 2. Twelve service personnel from the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Australia who have overcome life-changing injuries undertook training programs to prepare for the conditions they have faced in Antarctica. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/Getty Images
Two unidentified members of Team U.S. chat on the first day of the 200-mile expedition to the South Pole alongside wounded service personnel. Team U.S. is one of three teams competing in the trek to raise money for Walking With The Wounded. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/AP
Team U.S. trudges through the snow. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/AP
U.S. teammates form their ski line in setting out for the South Pole. The teams covered about 9-12 miles per day, pulling 150-pound sleds. They endured temperatures as low as minus-50 degrees Fahrenheit, along with 50-mph winds. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/Getty Images
Chris Downey of Team Commonwealth tows his sled. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/Getty Images
Prince Harry leads Team UK. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/Getty Images
Team Commonwealth members form their ski line. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/Getty Images
The teams line up to prepare for the race. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/Getty Images
Alexander Skarsgard of Team U.S. trudges through the snow. Victoria Nicholson/WWTW/AP
Prince Harry and Team UK leave Novo, Antarctica, for their second base camp, at 87 degrees south, the starting point for the race. WWTW/Getty Images
Prince Harry pulls the pulk that guides U.S. team member Ivan Castro, who is blind, as he takes part in ski training near Novo. Robert Leveritt/WWTW/Getty Images
Prince Harry takes part in ski training in Novo. WWTW via Getty Images
Prince Harry, right, and Dominic West make notes on the weight of each participant and kit during preparations in Novo. WWTW/Getty Image
Team UK member Ibrar Ali makes final preparations for the challenge in Novo. WWTW/Getty Images
Team UK members (from left) Kate Philp, Guy Disney, Richard Eyre, Ibrar Ali, Duncan Slater and Prince Harry pose for a photo during training for the South Pole challenge. WWTW/Getty Images