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Video: Prince Harry and Boris Johnson at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

17:06 08 April 2014

His Royal Highness Prince Harry and Mayor of London, Boris Johnson visited the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on the eve of its official opening.

Picture by Ellie Hoskins

His Royal Highness Prince Harry and Mayor of London, Boris Johnson visited the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on the eve of its official opening. Picture by Ellie Hoskins

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Prince Harry and Boris Johnson visited Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park ahead of the official opening.

They took a tour of the park, meeting volunteers and those who will benefit from both the existing sporting facilities and the redesigned open space.

We spoke to three of the schoolchildren who were lucky enough to meet the royal visitor.

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