Prince Harry Visits Africa Without Meghan Markle for Solo Charity Trip

Adjust Comment Print

Prince Harry, left, visits his charity Sentebale in LeSotho, June 23, 2018, with Adam Bidwell.

Though Curry admits he didn't spend a significant amount of time alone with Harry and Meghan before taking the podium and delivering his rousing sermon, it did not stop him from focusing his words on the impact that their relationship has had on people around the world.

The charity's website explains, "Sentebale supports the mental health and well-being of children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana".

More news: Feds detail plan on reuniting over 2,000 separated children in custody

Meghan Markle will be in attendance as well.

In 2015, Prince Harry returned to Lesotho to make a heartfelt tribute to his late mother at the opening of the Mamohato's Children Centre.

Meghan had previously favoured cross-body bags and tote bags for official outings with Prince Harry, wearing designs by Scottish brand Strathberry for visits to Edinburgh and Nottingham.

More news: Blast at Addis Ababa rally for new Ethiopian prime minister - Reuters witness

Just weeks after the Duke of Sussex and the Duchess of Sussex said I do, rumour mills are going round with news that they are already warming up to parenthood with twins on the way.

Kensington Palace is also expected to shortly announce Meghan's first charitable patronage since becoming the fourth member of the Royal Foundation, founded by Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Harry.

Given that he's pretty much an expert on it, of course he was the right person to talk about the moment he knew the two were 100-percent smitten. "I am also incredibly grateful that the woman I am about to marry, Meghan, will be joining me in this work, of which she too is hugely excited to take part in".

More news: Heather Locklear Arrested for Battery on Police Officer, EMT

According to an Express report, "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will welcome those in the Queen's Young Leaders programme to Buckingham Palace this summer, continuing the role started by the Queen during her lifetime of service to the Commonwealth nations".