Prince Harry Lends a Hand to Lesotho
Prince Harry shovels and pushes a wheelbarrow as he helps rebuild a school in Butha-Buthe, Lesotho on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old prince and 26 soldiers from the Household Cavalry are in Lesotho for three weeks, working to rebuild a school for children with chronic physical and mental disabilities.
The Prince first visited Lesotho in his GAP year in 2004 on the invitation of Prince Seeiso, the brother of the King of Lesotho. The pair subsequently set up the charity Sentebale meaning ‘Forget Me Not’ to help Lesotho’s hundreds of thousands of orphans and vulnerable children.
Prince Harry said his mother would be proud of the work he and his regiment are doing to revamp a school for disabled children in the impoverished African kingdom of Lesotho.
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