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Monday, June 27, 2016

Prince Harry Meets Up with The Basotho Youth Choir Ahead of Charity Fundraiser at Kensington Palace

Caption: Harry is given a hug from one young boy named Relebohile 'Mutsu' Potsane, who threw his arms around him in a spontaneous gesture, before handing him presents including art, framed photos and hand-written letters

Greeting the teenager with a warm hug, Prince Harry was reunited today with the boy he first took under his wing as a four-year-old orphan.

The royal first met Relebohile ‘Mutsu’ Potsane in 2004 when he visited the tiny landlocked African Kingdom of Lesotho as a 19-year-old Gap Year student.

The pair struck up an instant rapport and after years of staying in touch they were reunited there last November.

But today they met again in very different circumstances when Harry surprised Mutsu and 11 of his friends during their first ever overseas trip to London.

Mutsu, now 16, travelled to the UK with a choir of five other boys and six girls, all helped by Harry’s Sentebale charity, to perform in a special fundraising concert headlined by Coldplay in Kensington Palace Gardens tomorrow evening (Tues).

Cath Kidston (UK)

The Basotho Youth Choir, made up of children and teenagers aged between seven and 19, was rehearsing with Sentebale Ambassador Joss Stone at the prestigious Brit School in Croydon, South London when the Prince popped in unannounced.  Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.

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