Prince Harry opened a school and a house in Pitseng, Lesotho, on Sunday, on behalf of the Sentebale charity he co-founded with his friend, Prince Seeiso of Lesotho — the younger brother of King Letsie III of Lesotho — in 2006.
Local Teboho Letsoha wrote, “My village. My people. My heart.”
“So humbled! Words cannot and will not express this insurmountable joy that a brother is feeling,” he continued. “To the #Duke of #Sussex thank you #PrinceHarry.”
He flew first class on a commercial flight to Joahannesburg on Thursday, two days after accompanying new wife Meghan Markle on her Royal Ascot debut alongside Queen Elizabeth, 92.
Meghan didn't accompany her husband on the low-key Africa trip, a spokesperson for Kensington Palace confirmed to PEOPLE.
Harry will also attend a board meeting of Africa Parks, a conservation charity he supports and has worked for, in Botswana. After that, he will
Harry is also set to attend a board meeting of Africa Parks, a conservation charity he supports and has worked for, in Botswana. Then he will head home in time for the reception for the Queen’s Young Leaders at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, Kensington Palace said.
“The Duke was on a private visit to see the work of Sentebale at a camp for vulnerable children and young people, as well as other projects funded by the charity,” said the spokesperson for the Sentebale. “During his private working visit to Sentebale in Lesotho, The Duke visited one of Sentebale’s community-led partners for the opening of a new dining hall. This was funded by the charity and will provide a space for children to eat together and have an indoor space to play.”