Prince Harry's first photos from his private trip are online
Prince Harry has always had a special connection to Africa, especially since he started traveling all over it with his mother, the late Prince Diana. Recently, Kensington Palace has released some new photos of the Prince's trip to the old continent.
On Monday, July 23, 2018, fans and followers of the Royal Family were able to witness a very sweet moment between Prince Harry and a little African boy during a trip to Lesotho last month.
The photo was shared on Kensington Palace's Instagram account and it is quite heart-warming to see how happy and comfortable both the Prince and the child feel with each other.
In the sweet picture, which was taken at the Mamohato Children's Center and Mamohato Children's Camp, Harry can be seen crouching in front of a child, who borrowed his sunglasses.
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Last month The Duke of Sussex, @Sentebale Patron, made a private visit to Sentebale projects in Lesotho – today at @AIDS_conference in Amsterdam he will meet youth advocates driving change in the fight to end HIV/AIDS by 2030 #AIDS2018 pic.twitter.com/pLdNvyWmBM— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) July 23, 2018
The boy flashed a cheeky smile at the camera while holding a yellow balloon as the Prince smiled and held one of his own. It was a pure moment that reminded everyone how much Harry takes after his mother.
In another photo, this one posted on Kensington Palace's Twitter page, The Duke of Sussex was captured crouching in order to be on the same level as a little boy playing with a white balloon.
Chris Jackson, the photographer who accompanied Harry on the trip to Africa, took to his own Instagram page to share a picture of the Prince running around with the children and playing games with them as part of an education programme that helps them feel empowered and take control of their future.
Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, didn't accompany her husband, who, while in Lesotho, took the opportunity to visit one of Sentebale's community-led partners for the opening of a new dining hall.
Meeting #LetYouthLead advocates at #AIDS2018: @Sentebale is working to change the tide of the HIV/AIDS epidemic by placing youth at the forefront of the issues that affect them most. pic.twitter.com/XPui7itnkk— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) July 23, 2018
The hall was entirely funded by Afrika Parks, a conservation charity that Harry supports and has worked for in Botswana. The new dining hall will provide children with space for them to eat together and have an indoor place to play.