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Prince Harrys tribute to late mum Princess Diana

Prince Harry, who has been doing charity work in southern African kingdom Lesotho, has revealed how he hopes his late mother Princess Diana would be proud of him.


London, June 20 : Prince Harry, who has been doing charity work in southern African kingdom Lesotho, has revealed how he hopes his late mother Princess Diana would be proud of him.

The prince took his brother William to see the work carried out by Sentebale - which means, 'forget me not', the charity Harry co-founded in memory of their mother.

The charity has been named Sentebale in memory of Aids campaigner Diana.

Harry started it four years ago with Lesotho's Prince Seeiso, who also lost his mother when young.

"The vision was based on our mothers. Mine is not around but I like to think she would be proud," News of the World quoted Harry as saying in an ITV interview.

"There is not a day I don't think of my mother when I'm here in Africa," he added.

ANI

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