March 4, 2013 1:02 PM EST
Prince Harry Shows Off Adorable Dance Moves in Lesotho
Prince Harry is getting his groove on -- with the kids of Lesotho.
It looks like another point has been added to the dashing prince's irresistibility factor, as a prancing Prince Harry has been caught dancing with children at a school for the deaf in the South African country of Lesotho. Click on the slideshow to check out the prince's dance moves!
The 28-year-old prince learned the moves with kids from the Kananelo Centre for the Deaf, a project supported by his charity, Sentebale. The royal with a beat learned the dance moves while on a three-day tour there, where he also sat and learned Braille with the students. Prince Harry also attended a lesson in rudimentary sign language where he was shown how to say his name using signs.
The eligible prince even donned an adorable teddy bear apron during a lesson in making a traditional pastry called mokoenya, a Sotho form of doughnut cooked in boiling oil. Just the thought of the scene would certainly make girls find the prince more appealing, don't you?
Too bad, however, for the ladies who have had their eyes set on the charming prince because according to reports, Britain's most eligible bachelor may soon be off the market.
"He may well have found his princess," says a royal insider on Harry's present love, Cressida Bonas. Well, it seems all hopeful girls could do is watch in amazement as the striking prince spreads his love to the children of Lesotho.
Prince Harry co-founded Sentebale with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006 to help the country's impoverished children and orphans who are suffering from disabilities or from HIV/AIDS.
While addressing a gala dinner in nearby Johannesburg, South Africa, the prince said he hopes his mother Diana, princess of Wales, would be 'proud' of his best efforts.
"I hope my mother Diana is proud of me," said Harry as he announced a new fundraising project for Sentebale. "The future of this very small and beautiful country, and its magnificent people, could and should be very bright," ends the prince. Spoken like a true royal!