Cape Town – Prince Harry on Monday morning met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town to chat about the Tutu Legacy Foundation and the work they do.
HRH met the Tutu Legacy team before sitting down for tea with the Archbishop, his wife and Executive Director of the Tutu Legacy Foundation, Rev. Mpho Tutu.
Rev. Mpho, the Arch and Mrs Tutu sit down for tea with #PrinceHarry #RoyalVisitSA @KensingtonRoyal @UKinSouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/38c8Ohd4OS— TutuLegacy (@TutuLegacy) November 30, 2015
Rev. Mpho, the Arch and Mrs Tutu sit down for tea with #PrinceHarry #RoyalVisitSA @KensingtonRoyal @UKinSouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/38c8Ohd4OS
.@TheDesmondTutu @TutuLegacy greets Prince Harry @KensingtonRoyal @JudithMacgregor @UKinSouthAfrica #RoyalVisitSA pic.twitter.com/O5jmLAjPfu— Hooman Nouruzi (@hoomy50) November 30, 2015
.@TheDesmondTutu @TutuLegacy greets Prince Harry @KensingtonRoyal @JudithMacgregor @UKinSouthAfrica #RoyalVisitSA pic.twitter.com/O5jmLAjPfu
Throughout his visit to Cape Town, Prince Harry will be carrying out engagements to learn more about a range of social issues facing young people in South Africa today, and the work being done to address them.
Harry spent the weekend in Paarl where he took part in the annual Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup, which was held on African soil for the first time at the Val de Vie Estate.
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