Prince Harry is on the solo part of his tour of Africa right now and on Friday September 27th, he visited Angola with The HALO Trust, which is a pioneering charity that specializes in the removal of deadly debris of war. This particular engagement is very special to Harry as his mother, also visited Angola in 1997 and helped to raise awareness for landmine victims and survivors as well as to try to bring about a treaty to ban the weapons. 

Princess Diana Visited Angola in 1997

Prince Harry visited the area to see what has been achieved and also what still needs to be done to de-mine the vast areas. Prince Harry has been against landmines for a long time now, even saying during a speech earlier this year in London that "landmines are a humanitarian issue - not a political one." 

There is now a treaty in place

Princess Diana's visit in 1997 helped to change the course of history. Today, Angola now has a stated aim under the Ottawa Treaty to be clear of known mines by 2025. According to the Sussex Official Instagram, "60 million people worldwide still live in fear of landmines every day." Prince Harry's continued effort and work on this issue is only continuing on his mother's legacy and we couldn't be more proud of him. 

Love it or List It's Hilary Farr attends Rising Stars: Walk The Red Carpet Hello! Hollywood Party during the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival at the Ritz Carlton on September 8, 2012 in Toronto, Canada

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