Prince Harry parties the night away at a Joss Stone gig to celebrate the opening of a centre for children with HIV in Africa
Prince Harry spent the night dancing to Joss Stone as she performed at a dinner to celebrate the opening of his new centre for children with HIV in Africa.
The royal was said to be on 'good form' as he toasted the unveiling of the ground-breaking Mamohato Children's Centre in Lesotho at the private gig - one source at the party told MailOnline that high-spirited Harry had even started a conga line.
Guests, who included Lesotho's monarch King Letsie III, were treated to an exclusive set by singer Stone, who is an ambassador for the prince's charity in Lesotho, Sentebale.
The banquet included a range of delicacies including the Italian veal stew-like dish called osso bucco, samp and beans, an African starch-based dish, trout with tomatoes and onion, creamed spinach, and for dessert the traditional British favourite sticky toffee pudding with custard was served.
Stone had vowed to return to the Mamohato centre after seeing it as a green field site a few years ago before Harry worked with Prince Seesio of Lesotho to get construction underway.
Speaking of their vision for the project, she said: 'They talked about this dream they had. I promised when they did it I would come back - they sure as hell did it.
The entertainer said she had found her visit to Lesotho 'uplifting' and, speaking about her trip to an orphanage, added: 'It isn't sad or depressing, it's a beautiful thing because everyone is here looking after them. It's very uplifting and inspiring.