Harrry Tour


Harry Kids Around in Lesotho

Gorgeous pics dropping of Harry in African kingdom of Lesotho
Prince Harry dons pink protection before cooking 'fat cakes' as he visits Kananelo Centre for the deaf in Lesotho (Chris Jackson / Getty Images)

Prince Harry has been visiting projects supported by his charity Sentebale in the southern African country of Lesotho today, and it looks like the third-in-line to the throne (for now) is once again spreading his own brand of infectious enthusiasm.
Harry is touring  tour two facilities that help vulnerable children and young people living in the land-locked kingdom - tiny Lesotho is entirely surrounded by South Africa - which is one of the poorest nations on the planet.
Harry's first stop was Kananelo Centre for the Deaf, where he joined  in a sign-language lesson - the word 'Hi Harry!' had been written on the black board - before taking part in a cookery class where kids taught him to make a local delicacy called fat cakes.
Later today Harry will travel on to St Bernadette's Resource Centre for the Blind in the city centre where he will watch children learning Braille and join students for a game of five-a-side football.
Then its off to Johannesburg in South Africa for a fundraising dinner tonight where he is expected to make a short speech.

Prince Harry learns sign language from deaf children during at visit to the Kananelo Centre for the deaf, a project supported by his charity Sentebale (Chris Jackson / Getty Images)
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Prince Harry meets 15 year old orphan Keneuoe at St Bernadette's Centre for the blind (Chris Jackson / Getty Images)
Prince Harry dances with deaf children (Chris Jackson / Getty Images)
Prince Harry does some baking - love the pink teddy bear apron (Chris Jackson / Getty Images)

Contrary to speculation earlier in the week, Harry is not expected to stay on in the region to attend the wedding of Richard Branson's son Sam at which his new babe Cressida Bonas will be a guest.