He's heading to Lesotho with fellow soldiers for a humanitarian effort
Prince Harry is back in action.
He’ll spend three weeks in the Kingdom of Lesotho, where he set up a charity to support AIDS orphans in 2006. The men, led by a senior officer, will be building and repairing facilities for the children.
Harry launched Sentebale – which means “forget-me-not” in the local Sesotho language – in memory of his late mother Diana, Princess of Wales. (The organization, co-founded by Lesotho’s Prince Seeiso, offers financial aid and management support to community projects assisting children.)
Seeiso, who has become a close friend, will join Harry during the expedition.
A royal source tells PEOPLE that a trip to southern Africa by members of the Household Cavalry has been in the works for some time, and Harry suggested that the group include Lesotho on the itinerary.