Prince Harry wrapped up his two-day Singapore visit with a polo match to raise funds for his charity Sentebale's work with HIV-positive children in Lesotho and Botswana, as well as other projects helping vulnerable youngsters. Just before the beginning of the match, Harry along with his team observed a minute's silence for the victims of the London terror attacks.

The Saturday attack by the ISIS on London bridge killed seven people and many were injured. This comes two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at Manchester.

A report on Mail Online stated, "Earlier today the Prince cut a dapper figure in a stone-coloured jacket and white open-necked shirt as he arrived at the grounds and was introduced to players, including Argentinian hero Nacho Figueras - an ambassador for the charity."

Further, in a press statement, the Prince said, "In the past year we have expanded operations into Botswana, addressing the pressing needs of the country with the world's third-highest HIV prevalence. We will continue to support the global commitment to ending the Aids epidemic by 2030."

Earlier, during his trip, Harry joined 80 Muslim youths for iftar party. The royal was given a traditional Malay welcome that comprises of 10 drummers performing silat martial art demonstration during the event. The youngest royal scion also bowed his head during the prayer event conducted by the secretary-general of Jamiyah Muhammad Rafiuddin Ismail. During the fast-break, youths also paid homage to the terror victims.

Before joining the iftar party, Harry visited the Jamiyah Children's Home, run by the Muslim voluntary welfare organisation Jamiyah Singapore, which helps homeless adults and recovering addicts. During the visit, Harry also took a tour of a mobile HIV testing van and opined that the fight against HIV cannot be won unless children living with the disease are given a voice. Earlier, during a trip to Barbados, last year, the prince underwent HIV test along with pop queen Rihanna.