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“I’m terrified for myself to be honest, hugely daunted, so I can’t even begin to imagine what it’s going to be like for them. And you know to take a double amputee to the South Pole it’s really going to be really quite a moving moment when we get there. For me, it’s bigger than just these guys, we are trying to raise money but also raise awareness for the fact that the injuries they have sustained they are going to carry for the rest of their lives.”

That was Prince Harry, speaking ahead of his expedition with wounded service men and women in his new two-part series.

In this second episode, the group faces trouble and Harry gets emotional as Antarctica continues to grind down on the team, while one member has to have her ear dressed with the possibility of cosmetic damage staying with her for the rest of her life.

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Racing against Team USA and Team Commenwealth, Team UK, it looks like it'll be a close call as to just who'll take the title and be first across the finish line.

Check out the preview video below and catc Harry's South Pole Heroes conclude tonight on ITV, 8pm.


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