We all know that Prince Harry is quite the charmer -- the boy has reportedly wooed more ladies than most men talk to in a lifetime. Fortunately, the royal often uses his charms for good when it comes to his charity work.
The prince kicked off his royal tour of Africa today and made his first stop in Lesotho, checking in with his charity Sentebale and the Kananelo Centre for the deaf. Harry co-founded the philanthropic organization with Lesotho's Prince Seeiso in 2006 to help support children who are suffering from extreme poverty, HIV/AIDS, blindness and other disabilities.
The 28-year-old's itinerary for the day? Learning sign language; baking mokoenya, a Sotho sweet bread; engaging in some traditional dancing; and, of course, amusing the children with his typical Harry charisma. According to The Telegraph, the students taught their royal visitors how to say “We love Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso” in sign language. Awww.
For the baking portion of the visit, Harry opted for a purple apron emblazoned with teddy bears, which might just have resulted in one of our favorite pictures of the prince ever. The shot of him awkwardly attempting the "shoulder-waggling dance" is definitely a close second, though. (We're sure Cressida Bonas will agree with us.)
Check out photos of Prince Harry's visit to Lesotho (and an adorable video of the aforementioned dancing!) below and tell us what you think of the prince's philanthropic work.
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