Speaking outside a hospital in Huambo, Harry said the area may have remained a minefield if his mother did not campaign and decade later and there is still so much to do.
Queen Elizabeth’s grandson and sixth in line to the British throne retraced his mother’s steps earlier on Friday on a street that was once a path in a dangerous minefield.
The 35-year-old walked down Princess Diana Street and sat beneath the Diana Tree, the spot where his mother, who campaigned for a global ban on mines, was photographed.
They were taken a few months before her death in Paris in a car crash. The international treaty to ban the weapons was signed later the same year.
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