Day 3, June 17, Lesotho
visiting Sentebale & Lesotho’s children…
Prince Harry and Prince William are on a two-day visit to Lesotho, where Harry’s Sentebale charity – set up in memory of his mother – helps vulnerable children. They visited a remote village in one of the world’s poorest countries.
William and Harry met children infected with HIV. Wearing a traditional tribal blanket and a beanie hat, Harry rode a pony alongside his brother to the village of Semongkong before he and William visited schools supported by the charity for village children and nomadic shepherd boys. They also took part in a friendly soccer match with the Lesotho orphans
Prince Harry wants to be a photographer or surfer, or live in Africa…
Later, the princes traveled to the palace of the Lesothan king. In a confidence-building exercise through Mamohato Network Club, which allows HIV-infected youths to work together without being stigmatized for their disease, Prince Harry said that his dream job would be to be a surfer, helicopter pilot or wildlife photographer. He also dreams of living in Africa, a fact which has reportedly caused Prince Charles some concern.
Prince William just wants to be a successful helicopter pilot… and to be happy, lucky and caring.
Prince William and Prince Harry will travel to South Africa tomorrow, to watch the England vs. Algeria deciding match.
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- William & Harry’s Official African Tour – (Part 4)