Cape Town – Prince Harry will, on Saturday kick off the second leg of his Lesotho/South Africa tour at the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup.
The annual event which takes place for the first time on African soil, will be at Val de Vie Estate – a leading polo, lifestyle and residential estate set in the Western Cape.
A wonderful day at the Mamohato Centre yesterday! Tomorrow Prince Harry will play Polo to raise funds for @Sentebale pic.twitter.com/50fDYXSQH9— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) November 27, 2015
A wonderful day at the Mamohato Centre yesterday! Tomorrow Prince Harry will play Polo to raise funds for @Sentebale pic.twitter.com/50fDYXSQH9
Now in its sixth year, the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup is the largest one day charity polo event in the world, and is specifically held to raise money for Sentebale.
The event will be attended by Prince Harry along with other UK celebrities. HRH will also take part in the Polo match.
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