Prince Harry has followed in the footsteps of his mother, visiting an HIV charity 26 years after Diana, Princess of Wales helped to raise awareness of the illness there.
One volunteer, who recalled Diana’s visit, said of her son’s appearance: “It shows he’s got a good heart, like his mum.”
The Prince was shown a signed photograph of his late mother from her visit to the Leicester Aids Support Service (LASS) in November 1991, and a wall of tributes she had launched honouring those who died from the disease.
Harry was shown photographs from his mother’s visit to the centre in 1991.
Prince Harry follows in Princess Diana’s footsteps, visits HIV charity 26 years on
(NEW YORK) — Prince Harry followed in the footsteps of his mother, Princess Diana, today, visiting an HIV charity in Leicester, England, that Diana visited in 1991.
Prince Harry is shown the “panel of purses” which remembers people who have died and was originally launched by Diana, Princess of Wales.
Harry’s sister-in-law, Princess Kate, is royal patron of the museum and a frequent visitor with Prince William and their young son, Prince George.
Harry arranged a private date night with Markle on Sunday to London’s Natural History Museum after the museum closed.
Harry and Markle, 35, have barely been apart for more than two weeks at a time since the start of the year.
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