Prince Harry continues his mother’s work

PALM BEACH, FL - MAY 04: Prince Harry speaks during the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup in Palm Beach at Valiente Polo Farm on May 4, 2016 in Palm Beach, United. The event will raise money for Prince Harry’s charity Sentebale, which supports vulnerable children and young people living with HIV in Lesotho in southern Africa. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images for Royal Salute)

The younger British prince has a noble goal to help people who suffer from HIV\AIDS. Harry says that his royal status is not a reason to stay aside. Moreover, it gives him an opportunity to help those who need it ( as well as his mother did when she was alive).

A spokesperson for Kensington Palace said he would continue to have a heavy focus on the issue in future. The statement said: “Prince Harry will begin a new series of engagements and meetings designed to shine a spotlight on the ongoing need for action in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Building on his decade of experience in supporting young people with HIV in Lesotho through his charity Sentebale, The Prince is now determined to help his generation understand that the battle against the disease has not yet been won and still needs fighting. He hopes to convene leading figures in this sector and support their vital work in ensuring that everyone – and young people in particular – get the help they deserve to lead healthy and successful lives.” It continues: “In the UK more people are living with HIV than ever before with thousands of new people being diagnosed with the virus every year. In places like Southern Africa, HIV is the biggest killer of adolescents and represents a very real threat to the success of an entire generation. His Royal Highness wants to expand his own knowledge of the challenges and opportunities in the fight against the virus around the world. This will see him tackling topics including testing, treatment, and prevention as well as anti-stigma efforts that were famously championed by his mother Diana, Princess of Wales. Prince Harry believes that greater public awareness of the innovations in both testing and treatment for HIV can help save lives and he wants to do his part.”Later this month, he is set to “meet with doctors and nurses who are caring for patients in South London which is home to one of the highest concentrations of HIV-positive people in Europe.

Royal status does not mean only luxury palaces and secular dinners. Royal status means leadership. A person may be born a royal but may not be one. Only having a good heart and helping others one can make people follow him. From this point of view His Highness really continues his mother’s deal – Lady D was not royal by blodd, but people adored her because of her kind heart. Prince Harry is a real son of his mother.



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