1. Happy Holi! Prince Harry enjoys taking part in the ancient Hindu religious festival in Nepal, also known as the festival of colours...for obvious reasons. #HarryInNepal Copyright PA
    Happy Holi! Prince Harry enjoys taking part in the ancient Hindu religious festival in Nepal, also known as the festival of colours...for obvious reasons. #HarryInNepal Copyright PA
  2. Taking in the sunrise over the Hamalayas, where Prince Harry stayed overnight with a local Gurkha family in a remote village high in the hills. #HarryInNepal Copyright PA
    Taking in the sunrise over the Hamalayas, where Prince Harry stayed overnight with a local Gurkha family in a remote village high in the hills. #HarryInNepal Copyright PA
  3. Prince Harry took part in a remembrance service at the British Gurkha Camp in Pokora today. He laid a wreath in an act of remembrance to Gurkhas who have fallen. His wreath card read: "With the deepest admiration, respect and gratitude. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten. Hardick Sradhanjali (Heartfelt condolences).
    Prince Harry took part in a remembrance service at the British Gurkha Camp in Pokora today. He laid a wreath in an act of remembrance to Gurkhas who have fallen. His wreath card read: "With the deepest admiration, respect and gratitude. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten. Hardick Sradhanjali (Heartfelt condolences).
  4. Prince Harry join Mrs. Mangali Gurugn, an 86 year-old Gurkha widow, and her family, for their evening meal. He stays with them in their home in the village of Leorani tonight.
    Prince Harry join Mrs. Mangali Gurugn, an 86 year-old Gurkha widow, and her family, for their evening meal. He stays with them in their home in the village of Leorani tonight.
  5. Prince Harry exchanges a namaste greeting with a villager in Bhir Kuna.
    Prince Harry exchanges a namaste greeting with a villager in Bhir Kuna.
  6. Prince Harry is greeted and receives a traditional Tika at in the village of Dalla, within Bardia National Park.
    Prince Harry is greeted and receives a traditional Tika at in the village of Dalla, within Bardia National Park.
  7. Prince Harry arrives in the Himalayan hamlet of Leorani, where he'll stay overnight at the home of Mrs Mangali Gurung, whose late husband was a Gurkha soldier. HRH served alongside Gurkhas in Afghanistan and hopes to learn more about their home communities
    Prince Harry arrives in the Himalayan hamlet of Leorani, where he'll stay overnight at the home of Mrs Mangali Gurung, whose late husband was a Gurkha soldier. HRH served alongside Gurkhas in Afghanistan and hopes to learn more about their home communities
  8. This is Purushottam Suwal showing Prince Harry around Byasi Earthquake camp in Bhaktapur. He is 15 years old and is chairman of the site's management committee. He has lived in the temporary camp with his family and 250 other people for almost a year. He was made chairman because he took such an active role in helping his community in the aftermath of the 2015 earthquakes. He epitomises the resolve and resilience of the Nepali people that Prince Harry spoke about on arrival in the country yesterday. #HarryInNepal
    This is Purushottam Suwal showing Prince Harry around Byasi Earthquake camp in Bhaktapur. He is 15 years old and is chairman of the site's management committee. He has lived in the temporary camp with his family and 250 other people for almost a year. He was made chairman because he took such an active role in helping his community in the aftermath of the 2015 earthquakes. He epitomises the resolve and resilience of the Nepali people that Prince Harry spoke about on arrival in the country yesterday. #HarryInNepal
  9. Prince Harry marvels at the stunning Golden Temple in Kathmandu as part of his visit to historic Patan Durbar Square #HarryInNepal
    Prince Harry marvels at the stunning Golden Temple in Kathmandu as part of his visit to historic Patan Durbar Square #HarryInNepal
  10. Prince Harry gives a traditional Namaste welcome at a reception hosted by the Government of Nepal in Kathmandu. He told the guests: "I know that I arrive in Nepal as you approach the first anniversary of the earthquakes that took so many lives. I pay my respects to those who perished and hope to do what I can to shine a spotlight on the reserve and resilience of the Nepali people. I want to show all those around the world who want to help that this country is open for business. I can't wait to get out there and see all this country has to offer."
    Prince Harry gives a traditional Namaste welcome at a reception hosted by the Government of Nepal in Kathmandu. He told the guests: "I know that I arrive in Nepal as you approach the first anniversary of the earthquakes that took so many lives. I pay my respects to those who perished and hope to do what I can to shine a spotlight on the reserve and resilience of the Nepali people. I want to show all those around the world who want to help that this country is open for business. I can't wait to get out there and see all this country has to offer."
  11. The view Prince Harry will have flying into Kathmandu to start his official tour of Nepal today. On his first visit to the country, Prince Harry will show his solidarity with the Nepali people still recovering from the devastating earthquakes last year, see the stunning natural beauty of the country and pay a personal tribute to the Gurkhas, whom he served alongside in Afghanistan.
    The view Prince Harry will have flying into Kathmandu to start his official tour of Nepal today. On his first visit to the country, Prince Harry will show his solidarity with the Nepali people still recovering from the devastating earthquakes last year, see the stunning natural beauty of the country and pay a personal tribute to the Gurkhas, whom he served alongside in Afghanistan.
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