- Prince Harry made his way to Botswana on Thursday
- The Duke of Sussex planted trees in the Chobe National Park
- A photo shows Prince Harry and a little boy planting a tree together and it was just adorable
On the fourth day of the royals' African tour, Prince Harry made his way to Botswana. Taking to their official Instagram page, a photo of the Duke of Sussex was shared.
The photo shows Prince Harry with an adorable little boy as they planted trees in the Chobe National Park.
"Each child grew their sapling from seed in a mission to restore the Chobe Forest Reserve. They were all grown in recycled milk tins from the elephant orphanage, using fertilised soil from the orphans’ dung!" part of the post read.
The photo touched the hearts of Instagram users across the world.
Social media user, grewea1245, commented: "Such an amazing cause and wonderful opportunity for young people to help make a difference! Bravo."
Townhousemouse added: "The prince has a servant heart."
Skerr2916 wrote: "We admire deeply the both of you for your authenticity. And for trying to make the world better for us all."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on four memorable moments during Prince Harry and Meghan's third day in South Africa.
From meeting Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu to a video of Archie's first appearance in Mzansi, the royals were having the time of their lives and SA is here for it.
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