Prince Harry's polo pony plunge

(Reuters) - Britain's Prince Harry fell off his horse during a charity polo match in South Africa on Saturday (Nov 28).

Harry's horse appeared to force him off by moving backwards and bending its neck down to throw him off the front. Harry emulated the horse's action as he walked back to take control of it.

Despite the incident he carried on unharmed to help promote his charity for the vulnerable in the small African state of Lesotho.

The charity is called Sentebale, which means "Forget-me-not" in Lesotho's local tongue of Sesotho.

Since 2007 it has helped grassroots organisations in the country which are aiding the most vulnerable children, the impoverished, and people with HIV and AIDS.