Transcript for Prince Harry Lands in Antarctica
Better late than never. After a two-day delay due to bad weather, prince harry made it to antarctica where he is getting ready for a rice across the south pole. And we have more from london. Hey, monica. Reporter: Hi, bianna. As you said, prince harry is raising money for wounded veterans for this very high-profile charity event. The team was ready to go in south africa. But they were stuck there because of bad weather conditions. As many feared, the weather is already causing problems for this expedition before it starts. Touchdown at the bottom of the earth. Stepping out in weather near zero degrees, prince harry and fellow soldiers landed in antarctica. They're here for a rice to the south pole. Among the team members, veterans who lost limbs in battle. As they bundled against the cold, they joked about the change in weather. Your morale can -- it was pretty high. It was sort of -- it's pouring over the edge. And suddenly, rock bottom. Reporter: Three teams from the u.S., United kingdom and the commonwealth, will spend the next few days getting used to the most extreme weather on the planet. Seems will be getting worse. Reporter: At dinner time, spirits were high. Sausage and mashed potatoes, a very british meal in honor of captain wales, as harry's known in the military. The group has trained for months to prepare for this challenge. Pulling heavy sleds. Camping out in freezers. But this is the real deal. The most inhospitable place on earth. And 200 miles of skiing until theish line. And, dan, as you know, prince harry is no stranger to hostile environments. The last time he was on duty, the base came under attack from the taliban. He has said, when it comes to life, he feels he is more soldier than prince.
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