Prince Harry Is Actually Busy Raising Funds in Dubai and Not Planning Marriage
Watch the video of Prince Harry speaking in Arabic at the dinner.
Prince Harry raises funds at Dubai and talks in Arabic.
For some time now Prince Harry's marriage rumors have smothered the entire world, inviting the attention of media and more and leading to abundant speculations and contemplations all around. But in real, Prince Harry is busy raising funds and speaking Arabic.
On Oct.7, 2013, Prince Harry, the fourth in line to the royal throne, arrived looking stunning in a black tuxedo to mark his presence in the Sentable Forget Me No Dinner. The dinner was hosted in Dubai, UAE.
The Prince made a stopover in Dubai, while returning back from a visit in Australia to support Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. The charity event was aimed at raising funds for the children with HIV/AIDS paying tribute to their departed mothers.
The event commemorated the very first such international partnership which was honored at JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai. The charity, erected with philanthropy of many respected faces including the two Princes, has raised $1million that would be used to build Mamohato Children¹s Centre of Excellence in Lesotho.
The event also witnessed the dashing Prince sharing a welcome kiss with the singer Joss Stone and the presenter of the night, Denise Van Outen.
Also, Prince Harry assured the guests that their contribution to the charity will be used for its intended purpose, rather than being stacked in the remote corners. He ascertained that the money would be used for a "unique initiative" and "change lives".
"Tonight, as you have already been told, you can be part of something very special, and 'why is that' I hear you say? Well, since February this year we at Sentebale have been on a fundraising campaign across the globe and it's basically so that we can build the first purpose-built Mamohato Children's Centre of Excellence within Lesotho, just outside Maseru, the capital, "This is essentially an opportunity to support a unique initiative. Your money is not being thrown into a box where you never know where it is going to go which I know happens a lot around the world," said Prince Harry at the dinner.
At the last, the Prince who iterated his speech in English until then, switched to Arabic to say "Thank you for your attendance. I wish Dubai 2020 success."
Watch the video of Prince Harry speaking in Arabic.
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