Photos émouvantes: le prince Harry avec des orphelins en Afrique

Photos émouvantes: le prince Harry avec des orphelins en Afrique

Depuis 2004, le prince Harry rend régulièrement visite à l’orphelinat au Lesotho en Afrique australe que le Prince soutient avec l’ONG Sentebale. L’ONG a été créé en 2006 par le prince Harry et Seeiso, frère du roi Letsie III du Lesotho dans le but d’aider les enfants et les jeunes, surtout les orphelins qui ont perdus leurs enfants à cause du sida.

C’est le moment de revenir sur certaines photos plus que mignonnes du prince Harry avec certains orphelins.

3b7e073c00000578-4045252-image-m-19_1482068852735 3b7da11b00000578-4045252-image-a-6_1482067478616 STRICTLY EMBARGOED: FOR PUBLICATION ON SUNDAY 18TH DECEMBER 2016 From Big Earth Productions PRINCE HARRY IN AFRICA Monday 19th December 2016 on ITV Screen grab shows : The moment that Prince Harry is reunited with Mutsu aged 15yrs ,in November 2015 Mutsu is a local teenager who the Prince met on his first visit to Lesotho, and with whom he has since remained in regular contact This brand new film for ITV follows HRH Prince Harry on his return to Lesotho, in Africa, to continue the work of Sentebale, the charity he set up in the country a decade ago. Prince Harry first travelled to the little known kingdom of Lesotho 12-years ago, shadowed by broadcaster Tom Bradby. It was there, after seeing the country's disadvantaged children, that the Prince decided to follow in the humanitarian footsteps of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, and set up Sentebale (translated as Forget Me Not), which provides care, support and education to youth affected by HIV and AIDS in Lesotho and Botswana. This film will see Prince Harry set off on an unforgettable adventure, where cameras will bear witness to his travels through the beautiful and challenging scenery to remote locations with his deeply personal aim of discovering the stories that he wants to tell to the world. The film will also capture the moment that Prince Harry is reunited with Mutsu, a local teenager who the Prince met on his first visit to Lesotho, and with whom he has since remained in regular contact, both knowing firsthand what is was like growing up without a parent. Featuring footage of Prince Harry getting his hands dirty helping out with the charity's work on the ground and interacting with the local children, the film will discover how the Prince has come to have such an understanding of their problems and how this led him to set up his own initiative, with the aim of supporting orphans and vulnerable children and helping them through education. Also, in an interview with Bradby, the Prince will reveal his motives for setting up the charity, his passion for the future of his work in Africa, and how he's determined to use his unique position to do good. © Big Earth Productions Photographer Chris Jackson For further information please contact Peter Gray 0207 157 3046 This photograph is © Big Earth Productions and can only be reproduced for editorial purposes directly in connection with the programme PRINCE HARRY IN AFRICA or ITV. Once made available by the ITV Picture Desk, this photograph can be reproduced once only up until the Transmission date and no reproduction fee will be charged. Any subsequent usage may incur a fee. This photograph must not be syndicated to any other publication or website, or permanently archived, without the express written permission of ITV Picture Desk. Full Terms and conditions are available on the website 3adb490800000578-3982944-prince_harry_plays_with_children_who_are_going_through_a_program-a-30_1480453095312 3adb488a00000578-3982944-prince_harry_meets_matsu_now_16yrs_2015_mutsu_now_16_years_old_i-a-27_1480445209368 3adb48e300000578-3982944-prince_harry_picks_up_and_holds_old_friend_mutsu_potsane_aged_6_-a-29_1480453092645 3adb48be00000578-3982944-prince_harry_smiles_as_he_poses_for_a_picture_in_the_grounds_of_-a-25_1480471776128 3adb46e400000578-3982944-prince_harry_dons_a_christmas_hat_as_he_joins_orphans_from_the_m-a-28_1480453089482

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