Once friend...friend forever!!!
An African orphan whom Prince Harry befriended with during his gap years in South African country Lesotho was one of the first people to greet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after their wedding in Windsor, 19th May.
Mutsu Potsane, whose real name is Relebohile, was only four when he and Prince Harry met for the first time but they became strong friends and stayed connected over the years.
Potsane is now 18-years and was one of the ten representatives from Harry's charity, Sentebale to attend the wedding. Before wedding Johnny Hornby, Sentebale chairman told Mutsu would be outside St. George's Chapel and would be among the first group to greet the newlyweds.
The young boy can be seen waving his hands excitedly as the groom walked past him into the Windsor Castle. Meanwhile, Prince Harry spotted Mutsu in the crowd and gestured with an animated wave and thumbs-up.
A total of 2oo representatives from different charities were present at the Windsor ground to cheer the newlyweds who exchanged their vows among the 600 guests and family members at St. George's Chapel.
The Royal Wedding propagated a shockwave to the world as it broke several customs of the Royal Empire. Meghan Markle who walked down the aisle without her father in itself is a powerful message to the world.
Moreover, Prince Harry reportedly watched Meghan Markle walking down the aisle. As per the British culture, the grooms don't watch bride walk up the aisle.
Even more, unlike his grandfather Prince Philip, and brother, Prince William, Prince Harry opted for wearing a wedding ring, breaking the Royal tradition.
According to People's report, Harry wore a platinum ring breaking with yet another Royal tradition as the Royals wear the ring made out of Welsh gold.
Though Prince Harry tried several new practices at his wedding which seemed against the Royal traditions, he has also triggered new vibes by inviting several orphans, especially black people from across Africa. Prince Harry tried to fill the gap present between white and black inviting over 200 orphans to the wedding.