Prince Harry attended an Iftar organized to honor the victims of Saturday’s London attack during his visit to Singapore, a report in the Huffington Post has revealed.
Harry was seen attending the Iftar with members of Jamiyah Singapore, a local Muslim-welfare organization, on Sunday. Before the meal a prayer was offered to everyone affected by the attack.
Saturday’s London Bridge attack came two weeks after the suicide bombing in Manchester during an Ariana Grande concert.
The Huffington Post quoted the secretary general of Jamiyah Singapore, Muhammad Radiuddin Ismail, as stating that their “thoughts go out to the families of the victims of the London terror attack last night.”
Prince Harry is currently in Singapore to play in the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup. The polo match is an annual fundraiser focused on aiding children and young individuals in southern Africa affected by HIV, the report said.
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