Prince Harry visits a kindergarten class in Santiago where he receives dance instructions and gifts from local children. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Britain's Prince Harry paid a visit to a kindergarten, "Fundacion Integra," while in the Chilean capital of Santiago on Friday (June 27). He was received by school director, Sebastian Devalos, son of Chilean President Michelle Bachelet. Fundacion Integra has schools throughout the South American country and provides free education to socially and economically disadvantaged children ages three months to four years old. Children in traditional Mapuche Indian attire greeted the prince and happily guided him through some Mapuche - which means 'Earth People' in Mapudungun tongue - dance moves. Twenty-nine-year old Prince Harry, who arrived to Chile following a visit in Brazil, also met with President Bachelet at the government palace earlier in the day and paid homage to Chilean Independence leader Bernardo O'Higgins. On Saturday (June 28) he is scheduled to travel to Valparaiso where he will meet with families affected by the devastating fire that broke out in the port city in April. = Prince Harry meets Chilean kindergarten kids Prince Harry visits a kindergarten class in Santiago where he receives dance instructions and gifts from local children. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).