Prince Harry will observe iftar, or the breaking of the fast during Ramadan, with young Singaporeans during his visit to Singapore in June, Kensington Palace said in a statement on Thursday (18 May). Kensington Palace is the residence of Prince Harry and the British royal family.
The 32-year-old son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana will also be attending an Action for Aids reception on 4 June at Eden Hall, the official residence of the British High Commissioner. Prince Harry, who will arrive in Singapore on 3 June, will also meet with youths to discuss mental health issues.
On 5 June, Prince Harry will take part in the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup, hosted at the Singapore Polo Club. The event will raise funds for Prince Harry’s charity Sentebale, which supports vulnerable children and young people living with and affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana.
The younger brother of the Duke of Cambridge Prince William is widely known for his charity work. Besides co-founding Sentebale, he has co-founded The Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry, which focuses on providing guidance and support to disadvantaged youths.
Besides his royal engagements, Prince Harry’s romantic life has also been the subject of media speculation, with many reports of the high-profile bachelor dating American actress Meghan Markle, 35.