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Prince Harry, the fifth in line for the British crown, is in the country to help care for elephants.

The UK’s Mail Online says Prince Harry, arrived at Mvuu Camp in Liwonde National Park and is expected to be in the country for 10 days.

Officials from Mvuu Camp yesterday confirmed the presence of Prince Harry at the camp but refused to give details.

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However, the Mail Online says his ten-day safari at the £350-a-night camp means he will miss several royal engagements-including Ascot-over the last four days.

The online newspaper says the 32 year old prince has come to Malawi without his girlfriend, Canadian actress, Meghan Markle.

The paper said, Prince Harry has jetted off to Africa, after causing a storm with his explosive comments about the throne when he said that none of the younger Royals wanted to be King or Queen.

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He said: “Is there any one of the Royal Family who wants to be king or queen? I don’t think so. But we will carry out our duties at the right time.”

The online newspaper says Prince Harry has never kept secret his lack of desire for the top job-but went further in suggesting that neither him nor his brother, Prince William, wants it.

He added: “The monarchy is a force for good and we want to carry on the positive atmosphere that the Queen has achieved for over 60 years, but we won’t be trying to fill her boots.

“We are involved in modernising the British Monarchy. We are not doing this for ourselves but for the greater good of the people.”

He also appeared to criticise the family decision for him to walk behind the coffin of Princess Diana when he was just twelve years old, saying: “No child should be asked to do that.”

Prince Harry has been working hard in his campaign for the protection of elephants in Malawi, Just a few months ago, the Prince was also in the country assisting in relocation of elephants between Liwonde National Park and Nkhotakota Game Reserve.

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