The former Duke of Sussex, set up Sentebale to help support African children with HIV. The charity enjoyed an income of £3.93million in 2019, the first since Harry married Meghan, former Duchess of Sussex. That figure represents £380,000 more than 2018.
Harry and co-founder Prince Seeiso of Lesotho previously said: “In the 13 years since Sentebale was founded, the organisation has gone from strength to strength.
“We are very proud of all that has been achieved.”
According to the Daily Mail, the charity is said to have raised money through events such as an Italian polo game.
The newspaper claims Meghan is said to have advised Harry to only play the sport if matches can raise £1million.
Harry has visited Lesotho on official trips on six different occasions.
The first came in February 2004, when Harry was just 19.
He was hosted by Seeiso.
He and his wife Princess Mabereng were the only foreign royals to attend Harry and Meghan’s wedding in 2018.
Harry’s first trip to Lesotho was his first official trip without his father Charles, Prince of Wales and older brother Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge.
His first trip came in 1985 when he visited Venice with Charles, William and his mother Princess Diana.
Harry would visit Canada in 1991 with his parents and brother.
He would return to Vancouver in 1998 with Charles and William.
By this point, Charles and Diana had divorced and Diana had tragically died in a car accident in Paris.
Though Harry and Meghan have stepped back as full-time working royals, they have continued to support charities in Los Angeles.
The royals have been spotted delivering food packages to people who are too sick to cook for themselves or shop in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
However, Harry has had to postpone his Invictus Games, which is a sporting event for wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel.
The Invictus Games Twitter page recently tweeted: “The Invictus Games Foundation is delighted to announce that the Endeavour Fund has been transferred across from The Royal Foundation and into the work of the Invictus Games Foundation.
“The Endeavour Fund will continue to support the ambitions of wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans but will now expand its activities across the international Invictus community.”
It is understood the move
The Endeavour Fund was founded by Harry in 2012 to support the work of armed services personnel suffering injury or sickness.
The Invictus Games were scheduled to take place in The Hague in May.
The events will now take place in 2021.