Prince Harry is once again proving to be a hit as a goodwill ambassador during his latest trip to Africa.
The prince stopped off in the African kingdom of Lesotho on Wednesday to visit children being supported by a British charity he founded.
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Harry got down on his knees to join kids in a dance during his visit to the Kananelo Centre for the deaf in a rural part of the country's capital Maseru. Harry also donned a teddy bear apron while preparing local food with the students and got a lesson in sign language.
The school is one of only two for deaf children in the country and is funded by the 28-year-old prince's charity Sentebale, which supports children who either suffer from HIV/Aids, have been orphaned, or have disabilities.
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