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Prince Harry is hitting the road once again!

E! News can confirm the 30-year-old will represent the royal family during a mini-tour around the Middle East later this month.

Beginning Nov. 18, Prince George's uncle will visit Oman and attend the National Day Parade as a guest of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said. The celebration is a national holiday for the region in honor of Sultan's birthday. 

Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, last visited the area back in 2013 while the Queen made an appearance in 2010.

Later in the day, Prince Harry will travel to Abu Dhabi to take part in the Sentebale Polo Cup at Ghantoot Racing and Polo Club. Unfortunately, no rugby matches are currently planned for this trip. 

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Instead, the polo event will raise awareness and funds for vulnerable children in Lesotho who are in need of health care and education. Many are victims of extreme poverty or the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Further information about Prince Harry's visit will be released by Kensington Palace at a later date.

Prince Harry, who was recently crowned Britain's favorite royal, continues to make charity work a priority wherever he travels.

Just last month, the handsome royal joined Prince William to pay tribute to Princess Diana's charitable legacy.

In honor of the 15th anniversary of the Diana Awards, which recognizes young people who have made a positive impact on society, the siblings wrote a forward for a book celebrating the organization's success.

"We believe, when encouraged and supported, that young people have the ability to change society for the better," the siblings wrote. "We know that our mother—in whose memory this award was established—felt the same and would be proud of its achievements to date."

Keep up the good work, Prince Harry! We're looking forward to your next trip. 

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