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Harry to carry on Diana Aids work

April 28, 2006
"It would be weird not to come back. I am committed for the rest of my life"
- Prince Harry

Lesotho - Prince Harry is launching a charity in Lesotho to support children orphaned by Aids, in memory of his mother Diana.

In a tribute to the late Princess of Wales, killed in a Paris car crash nine years ago, Harry, 21, will call it Sentebale, which means "forget me not".

He has vowed to continue Diana's work in the fight against Aids.

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