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Sunday, 15 September, 2002, 00:18 GMT 01:18 UK
In pictures: Harry follows Diana's footsteps
Prince Harry demonstrated his new interest in carrying on the charitable work of his mother Princess Diana last Thursday.

He went to see the work of the charity he has chosen to support, Merlin, in a London school, a young people's programme at London football club West Ham, and the children's hospital Great Ormond Street, well-loved by his mother.

Harry with pupils at Osmani school
Harry joined a lesson given by the charity Merlin on health issues faced by people in the developing world

Harry and kitchen staff at Osmani school
The young prince also met kitchen staff on a school walkabout

Harry at Osmani school (left) and with 11-year-old leukaemia patient Samantha Ledster
Harry practises carrying water on his head at school and is presented with a card at Great Ormond Street

Fred Ayisi with Prince Harry
Dialysis patient Fred Ayisi shows Harry the fruits of his hobby, photography

Harry with Great Ormond Street chief executive Jane Collins
A framed picture given to Harry included a shot of his mother (inset) during a visit to Great Ormond Street

Harry at West Ham United football club
Harry takes the opportunity to go for glory while visiting a children's programme at West Ham United
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