Prince Harry is back in Lesotho, the center of his charity Sentebale.
The prince has been actively involved with the children of this small land-locked African nation since a 2006 gap year visit. When he saw the amount of children suffering from the troubling plight of AIDS, he joined together with Prince Seeiso, younger brother of Lesotho’s king, to create Sentebale.
Both princes established Sentebale in honor of their late mothers, Queen Mamohato of Lesotho and Diana, Princess of Wales.
Sentebale has been vital for Lesotho, providing education to children and support to terminally ill children infected with HIV/AIDS.
Now, after his tour of Afghanistan, Prince Harry has jumped back into working with Sentebale and has charmed everyone during his three-day visit to Lesotho. He toured all of the projects that Sentebale supports and stated that he hopes he has made his mother proud of him.
Harry danced with children, visited classrooms to the delight of the students, and even tried his hand at making cakes.