Prince Harry will visit projects supported by his charity Sentebale in the southern African country of Lesotho today.
He will tour two centres that help vulnerable children and young people living in the land-locked kingdom which is one of the most impoverished nations on the continent.
The last time the 28-year-old was in Lesotho was in June 2010 when he took his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, to see Sentebale's work as part of their first joint overseas trip.
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