Prancing Prince! Harry Dances, Learns Sign Language With Deaf Children In Lesotho
Prince Harry danced with children Wednesday at a school for the deaf in Lesotho, Africa and RadarOnline.com has the adorable photos!
The rhythmic royal learned the moves while on a trip to the country for his charity Sentebale.
In the charming pics, Harry, 28, is seen kneeling on the grass with kids from the Kananelo Centre for the Deaf, a project supported by Sentebale.
The snaps also show the playful prince learning sign language and rolling dough in a purple apron at the school.
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Harry co-founded Sentebale with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho to help the country's most vulnerable children.
"Our aim and hope is that we can influence a decline in the transmission of HIV and increase life expectancy, in a unique way for Lesotho: by addressing the psychological and social needs of the next generation, which is so important," Harry said while addressing a gala dinner in nearby Johannesburg, South Africa.
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"The future of this very small and beautiful country, and its magnificent people, could and should be very bright."