Prince Harry spotted in Mozambique, Africa on a charity related trip close to the anniversary of his mother's death
Per photos that were first posted to Instagram and Twitter prior to the story being picked up by the tabloids and other regular media outlets, Prince Harry has been in Africa on the South-East coast in Mozambique. Harry was reportedly there in his role as President of the charity African Parks, "welcoming and co-hosting a group of U.S. officials, conservationists and philanthropists as they tour protected wildlife and nature areas."
Harry was photographed at the Vilanculos Beach Resort which is located in the coastal town of Vilankulo. The pictures were taken by a local paparazzi outfit (photos not being re-posted here) who then uploaded them to their Instagram account. It is reported that Harry stayed at the 3-4 star rated Beach Resort for at least part of his visit. One photo shows Harry speaking with the President of the Tourism Association in the area, Yassin Amuji.
Prince Harry frequently speaks of his close affinity with the African continent. Whether planned or by coincidence, Harry often finds himself in Africa around the anniversary date of his mother's death. August 31st 2022 will be 25 years since the tragic death of Prince Diana.
African Parks has been managing the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park since 2017, the first marine reserve to fall under African Parks’ management. Declared a protected area in 1971, Bazaruto is made up of five islands. Per the African Parks website "the archipelago boasts iconic megafauna, including whales, sharks, sailfish, manta rays, dolphins, marlin and nesting marine turtles, as well as the region’s last viable population of dugongs."