Harry’s AIDS work honors Princess Di
In a new documentary about his volunteer work with AIDS victims in Africa, Prince Harry, son of the late Princess Diana, said he’s determined to carry on her legacy.
The 20-year-old royal said all the bad “stuff that’s come out” about his mother in the media is a shame, given all the good she did as a high-profile volunteer in charity work around the world.
“I believe I’ve got a lot of my mother in me, basically, and I think she’d want us to do this, me and my brother,” he said of his work with AIDS orphans.
Harry was interviewed at length for a documentary he made during his stay in the AIDS-stricken southern African nation of Lesotho during the year he took off between high school and college. “The Forgotten Kingdom: Prince Harry in Lesotho” will be broadcast in Britain on TV channel ITV1 on Sunday.