Prince Harry twerks and touche

Prince Harry twerks and touches hearts at the opening of new centre for children with HIV

Everyone’s favourite royal got down with the kids in Lesotho yesterday, and was reunited with his friend of 11 years, Mutsu.

Prince Harry twerks and touche

Prince Harry touched down in Lesotho from London yesterday to open the Mamohato Children’s Centre for children with HIV and AIDS.

Harry was given a walking stick and traditional Basotho blanket and began busting a move for the kids.  

Reunited with Mutsu

Harry was reunited with 15-year-old orphan, Mutsu Potsane, who he first met in 2004. The two have stayed close over the years and shared a tight hug upon being reunited yesterday.

The teenager said: “I’m very comfortable around Harry and Harry’s comfortable around me – we click. “He said to me, I’ve grown up.”

Mutsu was four the first time he met Harry, who was in Lesotho on a gap year. The two planted a tree together. Harry bought the little boy a pair of blue wellington boots, which Mutsu even wore to bed.

Today Prince Harry will be reunited again with Mutsu at the official opening of Sentebale’s Mamohato Children’s centre in #Lesotho. To mark the special occasion, we’re releasing this letter from Mutsu to Prince Harry, sent last year. The hope is that the new Mamohato Children’s centre will help many other #Lesotho children, like Mutsu.

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Mutsu is currently part of Harry’s Sentebale’s Scholarship programme and has benefited from the charity’s residential care and financial grants.