The Prince followed in his mother's footsteps to transform lives in this tiny kingdom - and it's clear there is a personal bond for many.Read the full story ›
Harry was also thinking about other children close to his heart, as ITV News Correspondent Paul Davies explains:
The images, taken by royal photographer Chris Jackson, capture the harsh reality of daily life for many vulnerable children and the positive outcomes for those helped by the charity.
Prince Harry has attended a new exhibition of photographs capturing the work of his charity Sentebale which opens in London, this week.Read the full story ›
The images, taken by award-winning royal photographer Chris Jackson, capture efforts to make a difference to the lives of the vulnerable children of Lesotho.
The exhibition at the Getty Images Gallery in London will be open to the public from 26th July until 10th August.
Prince Harry launched a major new fundraising project for his charity Sentebale and said he hoped his mother Diana, Princess of Wales would be "proud" of his efforts.
FHM magazine model Bonang Matheba hosted the evening and joked she wanted to get the prince dancing.
The famous South African presenter wore a skin-tight white dress and said: "I told him he should loosen up and have some fun - I will show him some South African dances."
Prince Harry launched a major new fundraising project for his charity Sentebale, which is co-founded with Lesotho's Prince Seeiso, and said he hoped his mother Diana, Princess of Wales would be "proud" of his efforts.
The royal hopes to raise £2.5 million to build the Mamohato Centre, which will expand the charity's service of providing psychological care and peer mentoring for children and young people with HIV/Aids.
Speaking about the naming of the new centre Harry said: "It seems only right that it should be named after His Majesty (of Lesotho) and Prince Seeiso's mother, Queen Mamohato Bereng Seeiso.
"She was so loved as the mother of the nation. I hope she would be proud of what we are trying to achieve in her name.
"I hope that my mother will be proud, too. Maybe, just maybe, they are together somewhere up there, with blue prints and sketches already mapped out. I can only hope we put the swings in the right place."
It will be built on the sacred land of Thabu-Bosiu in Lesotho, known to many as the birthplace of the nation.