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Harry to attend charity fundraiser
Prince Harry will visit Dubai today to attend a fundraising charity dinner as he returns from his brief visit to Australia.
Harry will be guest of honour at the event in aid of his charity Sentebale, which supports projects that help disadvantaged children in the African kingdom of Lesotho.
The dinner aims to raise funds to help build Sentebale's Mamohato Children's Centre of Excellence in Lesotho.
The centre will allow the charity to scale up its Mamohato programme, which addresses the emotional and psychological needs of children living with HIV.
Harry, 29, is one of the younger royals being looked at to increasingly take on the more long-haul parts of the monarchy's workload.
The Prince arrived in Australia this weekend to a pop star reception for his first official visit, to represent the Queen at the International Fleet Review in Sydney.
The review commemorates 100 years since the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) first modern warships sailed into Sydney, seen as a defining moment in the country's maritime history.
The event featured around 40 warships from 17 countries including the Royal Navy's Type 45 Destroyer HMS Daring.
Harry's whistlestop visit to Australia also included a trip to Perth where he made an unannounced visit to the headquarters of the Australian SAS to honour special forces soldiers killed in the line of duty.
A serving captain in the British Army, Harry joined the families of fallen members of the Special Air Service Regiment (SASR) to lay wreaths in the Garden of Reflection at the unit's Campbell Barracks in Perth.