An orphan from Lesotho, Africa, was one of the first guests to greet the royal newlyweds after Prince Harry flew the 18-year-old over for the royal wedding.
Mutsu Potsane Relebohile met the newly titled Duke of Sussex when he was four years old
during the Prince’s gap-year stay in the southern African nation.
They quickly struck up a close friendship and stayed in touch over the years with Harry returning to the kingdom in 2016 to continue his charity work for the nation.
Mutsu Relebohile was among one of ten representatives from Harry’s charity Sentebale.
He co-founded the charity Sentebale meaning ‘forget me not’ with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006 to improve prospects for the thousands of children and young people affected by HIV/Aids in the landlocked African country.
Prince Seeiso, 52, who attended the wedding with his wife, Princess Mabereng, said: ‘The young Harry who first arrived in Lesotho in 2004 is now a grown man getting married.
‘I’ve come here with all the wishes of Lesotho; I’m not here on my behalf I’m here representing the entire nation who are so happy.’