Prince Harry calls on Prez Bhandari

KATHMANDU: Prince Harry, who arrived in Kathmandu on a five-day official visit on Saturday, paid a courtesy call on President Bidya Devi Bhandari at Sheetal Niwas on Sunday morning.

During the meeting, Prince Harry told President Bhandari that he was delighted to be in Nepal and was looking forward to open the Girls Summit later in week, according to the Kensington Palace.

HRH tells President Bhandari he's delighted to be in Nepal & looks forward to opening the Girls Summit later in week pic.twitter.com/OLcvHQh4hs

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Receiving a traditional welcome in Kathmandu's Historic Patan Durbar Square #HarryinNepal pic.twitter.com/6Kg7HmjaW4

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Patan Durbar Square is a UNESCO World Heritage Site #HarryinNepal pic.twitter.com/mJ9ikfwWUY

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With artisans and apprentices working to restore the ancient royal palace at Patan Durbar Square #HarryinNepal pic.twitter.com/TMFkiHRieN

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The Apprentice, Kathmandu style. #HarryinNepal tries his hand at restoring ornate wooden carving pic.twitter.com/pOIBfFBGSq

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What an incredible visit to the Ancient Royal Palace at Patan Durbar Square.... pic.twitter.com/gLwlQFPaWf

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...and to the stunning Golden Temple. #HarryinNepal pic.twitter.com/J0tSYeBr4t

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Thanks to everyone for coming out to make Prince Harry feel so welcome in Kathmandu pic.twitter.com/PRm3y5Tdap

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