Prince Harry’s having a blast on his Southern Africa tour

By Kirstin Buick
27 November 2015

Talk about Prince Charming!

Britain's Prince Harry is winning hearts (and of course, having a whale of a time) on his current charity tour of Africa.

The flame-haired prince was in his element as he embarked on his tour of Lesotho and SA this week, which kicked off with a visit to Sentebale, the charity he co-founded nearly 10 years ago with his friend Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in memory of their late moms, Queen Mamohato and Princess Diana.

Yesterday, the 31-year-old met up with Mutsu Potsane, who he met at Mants'ane children's home for orphans in 2004 when Mutsu was just four years old. The pair has kept in contact ever since, with Mutsu writing letters to his big brother figure about his life in Lesotho. The last time Harry saw Mutsu was in 2014.

Along with seeing some old friends, Harry's trip includes a spot of polo, which he'll be playing to raise money for Sentebale in Stellenbosch this weekend. He'll also travel to The Kruger National Park on behalf of the British government, where he'll "draw attention to the anti-poaching efforts being used to protect South Africa's most endangered animals", according to the Palace. Luckily, the kind folks from Kensington Palace have been keeping us up-to-date on the goofy prince's antics on Twitter and Instagram. Here are some of their latest snaps. We can't wait to see him in SA!

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