Prince Harry will watch Paralympic swimmers in the aquatic centre on Monday
Prince Harry is to make his first public appearance since being photographed naked in a hotel suite and cheer on Paralympic athletes next week.
The prince will watch swimmers in the aquatic centre on Monday and later that day chat to sportsmen and women in the official meeting place for the country's competitors - ParalympicsGB House.
Headlines were generated around the world when pictures of Harry frolicking in the nude with an unnamed naked woman during a Las Vegas holiday emerged on a celebrity gossip website last Wednesday.
Only the Sun defied a request to UK newspapers, made by St James's Palace via the Press Complaints Commission (PCC), to respect the prince's privacy and not publish the pictures.
The tabloid's front-page image of Harry holding his genitals, and another inside of him with his bottom exposed, generated 3,600 complaints from the public to the press watchdog.
David Dinsmore, the Sun's managing editor, said the paper had "thought long and hard" about whether to use the pictures on Friday and that it was an issue of freedom of the press rather than it moralising about Harry's actions.
He told the BBC's Radio 5 Live the Sun did generally "fear" the PCC, but a decision had been made to publish the photos because of the public interest.
Harry, along with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, is an official ambassador of ParlympicsGB.
The prince will not be joining the Queen, William, Kate and other royals at Wednesday's opening ceremony of the London 2012 Paralympic Games but may carry out other engagements in support of the athletes during the global sporting event, if his military duties allow it.
During Thursday the Cambridges will watch the sport of goalball at the Olympic Park and track cycling, and later that day Kate will attend swimming races. The Duchess will undertake a solo engagement on Sunday watching the athletics at the Olympic Stadium.