Prince Harry advises youngsters not to be obsessed with 'selfies'

Canberra, April 7: Britian's Prince Harry, who landed in Australia on Monday, April 6, for an assignment with the Australian Defence Force, embarrassed the youngsters through his remark on 'selfies'.

While interacting with an enthusiastic crowd, Prince Harry reminded the Australian youth that "selfies are bad".


Prince Harry, who is the younger son of Britian's Prince Charles, gave an advice to one of his fans to get out from the selfie habbit. [British Prince Harry arrives in Australia to serve in army]

He also greeted a large crowd who were assembled at the Australian War memorial in Canberra.

The Prince was less generous in taking photograph with the teenagers.

"No, I hate selfies. Seriously, you need to get out of it," he was quoted by Ten Network television while speaking to the admirer.

"I know you're young, but selfies are bad," Nine Network television recorded the Prince as saying.

According to reports, Prince Harry on his visit, will train with special forces and patrol with aboriginal soldiers.

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