Prince Harry pays tribute to late mom, follows in her footstep

Prince Harry pays tribute to late mom, follows in her footstep

- Prince Harry visited a de-mining site in Dirico, Angola on Friday

- The Duke of Sussex retraced the steps his mother, the late Princess Diana, took in 1997

- Photos of the moment were shared on the royals' official account

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Prince Harry is in Angola for the fifth day of the Royal Tour in Africa. The Duke of Sussex visited a de-mining field in Dirico in an effort to raise awareness of the dangers of landmines that still exist today.

What makes the moment even more special is that in 1997, his mother, Princess Diana, walked the same road.

The official Instagram page for Prince Harry and Meghan posted several photos of the Duke dressed in protective gear as he walked through the minefield.

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In another post, the Sussex Royal page posted a snap of Princess Diana during her visit to the minefield in 1997.

"Today in Angola, the Duke of Sussex will retrace his mother’s steps to see the legacy of her work and how her connection with this community helped make the elimination of landmines a reality," part of the post read.

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Meanwhile, reported previously that a photo of Prince Harry and a little kid warmed the hearts of internet users across the globe.

The Duke of Sussex and the little boy planted trees during his visit to the Chobe National Park.

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