Prince Harry tucks into a traditional iftar feast to celebrate breaking of daily Ramadan fast. During Ramadan, Muslims embark on a month of fasting and prayers.
Prince Harry joined the Muslim community breaking its Ramadan fast during his trip to Singapore on Sunday, where prayers were offered to the victims of the London Bridge attack that killed seven people the previous night.
Harry, who is on a two-day trip to Singapore, was visiting a community centre run by a Muslim-faith led voluntary welfare organisation called Jamiyah Singapore, which provides a range of services from help for recovering addicts to residential homes for young people.
Harry bowed his head as he began speaking and the secretary general added: “Let peace and harmony prevail in communities all over the world.”
In a community hall Harry sat down with members of Singapore’s Malay community who are mainly Muslim as the day’s Ramadan fasting drew to a close.
The quiet room sprang to life with people talking and Harry reached for a date and popped into his mouth then licked his fingers.