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Prince Harry Shows Off His Dance Moves During Charity Visit In Lesotho (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

If you needed another reason to love Prince Harry, these new photos of the notoriously charming British royal will turn you into a convert.

The prince kicked off a three-day tour of Southern Africa on Wednesday, visiting his charity Sentebale and the Kananelo Centre for the deaf while laughing and playing with hundreds of delighted local children.

Harry co-founded the charity in 2006 with a member of Lesotho’s own royal family, Prince Seeiso, in memory of both their late mothers; the charity supports tens of thousands of impoverished children and orphans who are suffering from disabilities or from HIV/AIDS.

So what was on the itinerary for the 28-year-old prince? First, a lesson in sign language, where according to the Telegraph, the students taught Harry how to say “We love Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso” in sign.

Later, the prince donned an adorable purple apron with teddy bears on it and rolled up his sleeves to bake a traditional pastry called mokoenya, a Sotho form of doughnut cooked in boiling oil.

Harry was all smiles as he rounded out the day with the kids teaching him a traditional dance.

Awww.

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