Prince Harry gave braille reading a try when he visited one of the centres supported by his charity in Lesotho on Wednesday.
The prince travelled to the southern African nation to learn about the progress of Sentebale, a charity helping orphans and vulnerable children in Lesotho.
Touring a centre for children learning braille in Maseru district, the Royal greeted the young students with a beaming smile and learned about the tactile writing system used by the blind and the visually impaired. He also watched the children play in a five-a-side soccer match before departure.
Prince Harry is scheduled to visit the Kananelo Centre for the Deaf and the Reitumetse Church Project in Lesotho before attending the Sentebale Gala Dinner in Johannesburg.
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