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Royal Watch: Prince Harry starts his charity tour in Africa

By Samantha Reba,

Every week we focus on the Duchess of Cambridge, but this week, we’re focusing on some good that others are doing in the royal family. When he’s not be scrutinized for enjoying his singlehood and partying, Prince Harry finds times to fulfill his royal duties. This week, the prince visited Lesotho, which is his first stop on his royal tour of Africa.

In Lesotho, Prince Harry visited the charity Sentebale and the Kananelo Centre for the deaf. Prince Harry cofounded the organization with Lesotho’s Prince Seeiso back in 2006. The organization helps to support children that are suffering from poverty, HIV/AIDS and other disabilities, according to The Huffington Post.

While at Lesotho, Prince Harry showed off his cooking skills by joining a group of students in their cooking class. Some students even went as far as teach the young prince a few words in sign language, according to Mirror News.

Harry continued on with his tour by traveling to the St Bernadette's Resource Centre for the Blind in the city where he will be able to watch children learn Braille and join students for a game of football.

No matter where the Prince ends up, he is just as lively and comical as ever before. We can’t wait to see how the rest of his tour goes.

 

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