Prince Harry is keeping his mom's legacy alive.
The 32-year-old royal followed in his mother's footsteps by visiting HIV charity Leicestershire Aids Support Service on Tuesday.
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Harry took part in several workshops while visiting the charity, which his mother visited in 1991, and unveiled a commemorative plaque to mark the project's 30th birthday.
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The red-headed royal also helped kitchen staff serve meals to service workers and volunteers, who provide information, advice, support and advocacy services for people living with or affected by HIV.
At one point, Harry sweetly walked by a black-and-white photo of his mother that hung on a wall.
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Harry has continued to honor his mother's legacy in recent years. In July, he spoke at the International AIDS conference in South Africa, thanking his late mother for her work raising awareness for the disease.
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