- Prince Harry visited Lesotho to attend the opening of a new school his charity helped donate
- The Prince has often called Africa his second home and does a lot of charity work for less privileged African kids
- He visited many of the projects that his charity, Sentebale, is involved in
Prince Harry technically visited Lesotho to celebrate a new school's opening, but Lesotho is in South Africa, so that counts, right?
Although the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, wasn't with him, he still looked pretty happy.
It is no secret that Prince Harry has called Africa his second home on many occasions.
The Prince was in Pitseng, Lesotho for the opening of a school and house. The Sentebale charity donated the buildings. Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho co-founded the charity.
Prince Harry was on a private visit to see the work of Sentebale at a camp for vulnerable children and young people.
He also attended to other work the charity is responsible for. The Prince took a look at one of the charity's partners for the planned opening of a new dining hall that will give children a safe place to play and eat.
The charity was born in 2006 when Prince Harry was still the "wild child" of the royal family.
The South African reported that the Prince did visit Johannesburg on Thursday just after his wife made her Royal Ascot debut.
They were accompanied by the Queen, who seemed much more 'smiley' than usual. She must like Meghan a lot more than Prince Harry could have hoped for.
Prince Harry is to attend a meeting of the Africa Parks conservation charity as well. He worked with the group before and will be back home by Tuesday, where he will be attending the Queen's Young Leaders reception.
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