Prince Harry got in the charitable spirit when he traveled to Lesotho in Africa  to do work for his Sentebale charity today. He visited the Kananelo Center for the Deaf, where the prince attempted to learn sign language from students. After struggling with a few phrases, Harry reportedly quipped to Lesotho's Prince Seeiso, "I'm never going to get this right." Later, the two princes — who both founded the Sentebale charity in honor of their late mothers — visited St. Bernadette's School for the Blind, where Harry was greeted with a song sung in the Sesotho language. Harry will also visit South Africa during his humanitarian trip, where he will be the guest of honor at a fundraising dinner for his AIDS charity.
Harry's African journey comes just a week after he was spotted snuggling with new girlfriend Cressida Bonas  during a family skiing trip in Verbier, Switzerland. Harry and Cressida joined Sarah, Duchess of York, and his cousin Eugenie for his uncle Prince Albert's birthday in the tony Swiss town. Harry will reportedly stay on in Africa a few days following his charity trip to attend a wedding with Cressida's family . Cressida's half-sister Isabella, who was once Prince William's object of affection, is marrying Sir Richard Branson's son in South Africa in two weeks. Cressida is Harry's first serious girlfriend since he split with longtime love Chelsy Davy back in 2011.
Prince Harry visited the Kananelo Centre for the Deaf in Lesotho.
Prince Harry donned an apron to do work in the kitchen.
Prince Harry learned sign language.