British royalty turns photographer in Lesotho

The prince used his camera to capture and document his recent charity visit to Lesotho.

Photos personally taken by Prince Harry during his recent visit to South African country, Lesotho, has been made public proving the fact that the fourth in the line of succession to the British throne knows his way around a camera.


Among the photos that have been published by the British media, there is a black and white photo of a group of herd boys happily posing for the camera.

One of the photos also with a £729 Fuji X100 camera also includes another of the herd boys being educated by the charity staring silently into the lens.

Prince Harry according to has revealed that he has a passion for photography. “I have always enjoyed photography and the challenges that come with trying to capture the perfect shot, although privately I don't take many photos. The best photos I have are in my head - I have some very special memories, mostly from Africa,” the British prince said.

Prince during his trip also got involved with construction at his African charity Sentebale's new Mahomato Children's Centre in Thaba-Bosiu.

He also got to spend time with some orphan living at the Phelisanong and Mants'ase Children's Homes, both of which are being run with help from Sentebale.

The prince was also pictured playing with some of the children who seem happy to have him. He was also pictured swinging one of the happy children in the air.

Prince Harry arrived in the country on a private visit on Friday, December 5 and returned to the UK last Wednesday, having documented much of the short trip himself.


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