Transcript for Prince Harry's Subzero Charity Walk in Antarctica
Now to an adventure of a much less controversial and more royal variety, prince harry is off to an arctica. He's been prepping for this thing for promise. We want to welcome a new correspondent from london, monica. Good morning, monica. Good morning, dan. Prince harry and the team have been very busy indeed. They have been camping out in giant freezers and getting in the best shape possible. The adventure they're going to be embarking on is so demanding nothing can be improvised. Once in abontarcticaantarctica, the main challenge will be surviving each day. This is not the south pole, this is iceland, a taste of what's to come. Three teams head off today after months of physical preparation, they'll race 200 miles to about ark that. Even when you lost a leg or lost an arm, or whatever the illness may be, that you can achieve pretty much anything if you put your mind to it. Reporter: Veterans lost limbs in battle. She lost her leg in afghanistan. Lieutenant france from team usa suffered severe burns and now has posttraumatic stress disorder after a suicide attack in iraq. It's a big deal that prince harry is involved in it. Because it makes people take notice. Reporter: Prince harry hasn't been limited by his royal status. The warrior prince has served twice in afghanistan and knows the dangers soldiers face while on duty. This time last year, was flying attack helicopters in support of troops. Dominique west from the wire will also race prince harry. So many concerns that I can't get my head around it. The extreme cold and the nine hours a day walking on skis. I'm terrified about it all really. Reporter: The race starts at end of november, and it will take a grueling 17 days. And bianna, prince harry has promised he'll serve tea at the finish line to the winner if he gets there before the others. There will be psychological challenges as well. Imagine seeing nothing but snow for days on end. That must be very tough. It would be worth it just to see prince harry serve tea. We'll turn now to the tragedy that changed our nation forever, this week marks 50
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