Prince Harry is back on the move.
Less than two weeks after returning from Afghanistan following his 20-week deployment, St. James's Palace announced the prince will visit Lesotho and South Africa for his charity, Sentebale, according to BBC News.
The redheaded royal cofounded the charity—which helps support vulnerable children and youth living with HIV/AIDS—in 2006 with Prince Seeiso of the Lesotho royal family. Harry is reportedly leaving at the end of February for three days.
Since returning to British soil, Harry has addressed the infamous nude Vegas scandal, admitting he was being "too much Army, not enough prince."
He's also making headlines as of late for his controversial Taliban comments where he compared his four-month tour of duty in Afghanistan to playing video games.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has since excused the royal's remarks, telling ITV News that "young men do make mistakes talking."
Hey, at least he's getting to do "more royal stuff."