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Prince Harry to Attend Sentebale Charity Dinner in Dubai, International Fleet Review in Sydney

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Prince Harry will soon be traveling across the globe for two upcoming royal engagements.

Kensington Palace announced today that the 29-year-old royal will attend the International Fleet Review in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday, Oct. 5, where he will embark upon the HMAS Leeuwin ship with Governor-General of Australia Quentin Bryce, Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Vice Admiral Ray Griggs, who is currently the Chief of Navy.

According to a press release from the palace, Prince William's little brother will later attend a reception hosted by the Prime Minister at Kirribilli House, Sydney, and he is also expected to visit Perth.

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But Harry won't be Down Under for long as he is set to attend the Sentebale "Forget Me Not" dinner in Dubai on Monday, Oct. 7 at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel.

Prince George's uncle, along with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, founded the charity in 2006, which helps support vulnerable children and youth living with HIV/AIDS.

The event will raise money to help build Sentebale's Mamohato Children's Centre of Excellence in Lesotho, where children can take part in the Mamohato program, which addresses the emotional and psychological needs of children living with HIV.

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The new building will also mark the beginning of Sentebale's plans to expand in Lesotho and across southern Africa.

In July, Harry attended the gala opening of Sentebale—Stories of Hope, an art exhibition showcasing photographs by Getty Images' award-winning royal photographer Chris Jackson, which chronicle the charity's work with children in need. 

All funds from the sales of Jackson's photography also benefitted the Mamohato Children's Centre.

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