Prince Harry has announced he's extending his five-day trip to Nepal in order to rebuild a school devastated by the country's earthquake a year ago. But that's not the only way the 31-year-old prince is giving back.
On Thursday, Harry shared his favorite photos from his trip with the world. Kensington Palace released his pics on social media Thursday, saying "Prince Harry took a number of photos" during his trip and he "wanted to share his favourite photos from Leorani village where he stayed the night with a local family."
The first photo, of the prince and an adorable Nepalese baby, was from the village.
Harry also shared two photos he took himself, and provided his own captions for them:
Last but not least, the palace shared Harry's view of the Nepalese mountains as the prince flew to the Leonari village.
Prince Harry arrived in Nepal on Saturday and has had a busy week, stopping at the Golden Temple and an ancient royal temple in the country's capital, Kathmandu, as well as touring U.K.-funded earthquake disaster relief sites.
Later in the week, Harry visited children in a burn unit, delivered a speech championing women's rights during the Nepal Girl Summit, and took part in the Hindu festival Holi.