Damned fine fella, that Prince Harry, knows how, er, to keep up, um, the royal tradition; and equally admirably, The Sun does its part also by publishing the photos to prove it! Of course, all the whining and moaning from the other rags are just pathetic bleatings from editors too scared of Levinson to do the obvious, commonsense thing and publish pictures which zillions of people have already gawked at on the internet.
Going back to Harry, he, of course, continues in the vein of earlier heirs and possible heirs to the throne. Poor old Edward VII, or 'Bertie' to the many amorous ladies with whom he consorted, gradually realised that 'dear Mama' was going to go on and on and on and on and that his chances of ever ascending the throne were minimal. Thus, he felt free to shag for Britain and the Empire which he did and if the modern Olympic games had begun a little earlier they surely would have given him a Gold medal! Actually, he did get there in the end but only for a short reign before his place was taken by the usual dull but worthy ruler we have become accustomed to. The next up was Edward VIII but he was another royal shagger-in-chief which would have been quietly accepted (The Sun did not exist then!) except for the unfortunate fact that he chose an American as his consort and, my dears, not only was she from 'over there' but, even worse, she was divorced - SHLOCK-HORROR! Exit Edward rapidly to be replaced by a safe, dutiful and dull pair of hands owned by George VI. He was followed by Her Maj, equally dutiful and, thank God, equally dull but her sister, the late Princess Margaret, kept us all in a state of excitement over her various dalliances.
Charles, ineffably dimwitted, instead of choosing a plain but fertile 'heifer' to bear his children who would have been ignored by a media which was now rampant, he chose a drop-dead gorgeous Princess who captivated the world. The rest as they say, is history. Now we have (so far - fingers crossed) another quiet, proper chap as heir-apparent which means that, really, it is Harry's duty to get out there and, er, stand up for Britain and tradition. He is doing splendidly and long may he continue so to do.
And well done The Sun for showing us how!