PRINCE William donned his army uniform completing his weeklong tour by visiting the Irish Guards in Kenya.
The Duke of Cambridge, 36, arrived by helicopter as he joined the Number Two Company at the British Army Training Unit Kenya in Laikipia yesterday.
Royal Will, who is the colonel of the regiment, met with Kenyan Defence Forces as he was formally welcomed into the country.
Aston Villa fan William also played football with primary school children from the Ol Maiso School on the visit.
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William has been on a ‘private working trip’ in Africa for the past week as president of the United for Wildlife group and patron of Tusk.
After arriving in Namibia on Monday he viewed the work of Save the Rhino in Kunene, before meeting members of the local community involved in the Kunene People’s Park Initiative.
He then worked with a dedicated tea, of rangers to track a rare black rhino before flying to Tanzania to learn about measures being taken to combat the illegal wildlife trade.
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