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Prince Harry To Throw A Huge Summer Party For The 10th Birthday Of His Charity Sentebale

14/08/2014 16:43 | Updated 20 May 2015

Prince Harry is organising a huge summer party for his charity Sentebale to celebrate its 10th birthday.

The bash is set to be held at The Dorchester hotel in London's Park Lane on May 7th and the line-up is already looking pretty amazing. Although would you expect anything less from the most fun member of the royal family?

So far, we can reveal Joss Stone and The Bodyguard star Beverley Knight will perform, as well as magician Troy who recently had his eponymous tv show broadcast on Channel 4.

Prince Harry Sentebale

As well as a full bill of entertainment, guests will enjoy drinks and dinner along with an awards ceremony to recognise the people who have worked tirelessly to make the charity such a success over the past decade.

The idea for Sentebale was first conceived in 2004 when Prince Harry visited Lesotho as part of his gap year.

While there, he spent time with Prince Seeiso of the country's royal family and the pair made firm plans to help its vulnerable children.

Sentebale officially became a charity in 2006 and since then, Harry has worked to establish it and ease the hardship of youngsters in Lesotho affected by the HIV and AIDs epidemic in the country.

A grassroots project, the charity in based in Lesotho and London.

Speaking about his first experience in the country, Harry said: "In 2004 I was 19 and went travelling in my gap year. I had a fantastic time in Australia, Argentina and Botswana but in the end the thing that had the greatest impact on me was the two months I spent working in Lesotho.

"I met so many children whose lives had been shattered following the death of their parents – they were so vulnerable and in need of care and attention."

For more information on the charity, visit its website here.

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