The Duke of Sussex will visit the minefield his mother famously walked through more than twenty years ago.
It will happen in the Autumn when Prince Harry and Meghan visit Angola as part of their royal tour to several countries in Africa.
On Monday, Harry joined the launch of a major new effort to clear the deadly mines from one of Angola’s worst affected regions.
His mother, Princess Diana, was pictured wearing a visor and walked through a cleared minefield with the charity, The Halo Trust, in 1997.
The Halo Trust, which Prince Harry has supported for many years, is spearheading this latest drive the clear the mines.
The minefield through which the late Princess of Wales walked, in Angola’s Huambo region, is now part of “thriving community” with paved streets, homes and a local college.
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