Prince Harry visited the African nation of Lesotho to help promote the charity, Sentebale, which was founded in 2006 by Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. The charity’s goal is to help Lesotho’s vulnerable children, whose lives have been impacted by the HIV/AIDS epidemic and poverty. The two princes founded the charity in honor of their late mothers. On February 27, 2013, Prince Harry, accompanied by Prince Seeiso, visited the Kananelo Center for the Deaf Photos where Harry tried to learn some sign language. He gamely put on an apron with a teddy-bear print and at the school’s kitchen, tried his hand at making ‘fat cakes.’ He also learned some dance moves to the delight of those watching Harry. The two princes also paid a visit to St. Bernadette’s School for the Blind in the Lesotho capital. Photos by Getty Images.