Prince Harry celebrates Dean Stott’s record-breaking achievement

Prince Harry joins friend and wedding guest Dean Stott for charity ball celebrating the cyclist’s record-breaking achievement

  • Prince Harry attended the Wheels Down Ball in honour of Dean Stott on Tuesday 
  • Stott and the prince have been friends since training together in 2007
  • Stott travelled the 14,000-mile Pan American Highway in 99 days and 13 hours

Prince Harry has joined his friend and royal wedding guest Dean Stott to celebrate his record breaking cycling achievement.

The newly wedded royal attended the Wheels Down Ball on Tuesday night to mark his friend’s achievements and raise money for the eight Charity Partners of Heads Together. 

The Duke of Sussex looked his dapper best in a suit and tie as he arrived at the event posing for photos with Stott ahead of the proceedings.

Prince Harry attended the Wheels Down Ball on Tuesday evening to celebrate Dean Stott’s record breaking cycling achievement.

Both he and Harry took part in a round table discussion before an audience they discussed their charity work in partnership with St James’s Place Charitable Foundation. 


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Dean Stott completed a Pan American Cycling Challenge  of cycling the length of North and South America on the Pan American Highway in world record time to raise awareness and promote mental wellness. 

Stott, 41, travelled the 14,000-mile Pan American Highway in 99 days, 12 hours and 56 minutes, knocking an astonishing 17 days off the previous best.

The Duke of Sussex and Stott are old friends having trained together in the armed forces 


A dapper Harry took part in a round table discussion before an audience at the event where they discussed Stott’s achievement and his charity work

Stott, 41, travelled the 14,000-mile Pan American Highway in 99 days, 12 hours and 56 minutes, knocking an astonishing 17 days off the previous best

He finished the epic feat, which took him from the tip of Argentina to Alaska, on May 12, leaving barely a week to return to the UK and take up his invitation to the royal wedding.

The former special forces soldier trained with the prince for six weeks in 2007 and the pair have stayed close, with the groom-to-be finding time to congratulate his guest on the record-breaking achievement ahead of his wedding. 

Stott said it was the first time he and Harry had seen each other since he returned, adding that he had not quite realised the magnitude of the wedding.  

He arrived back in England just a week before the royal wedding and said he was ‘honoured and priviledged’ to attend it

Stott said he was ‘honoured and privileged’ to be attending the wedding.

He said Harry told him he was ‘looking skinny’, as he had lost 12 kilos (26.4 pounds).

Despite his military career, Stott said he had never seen such security as that around Windsor. 

Asked if Harry looked nervous, he said: ‘If he is nervous, he’s hiding it very well.’ 

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