Prince Harry is in Singapore as part of a visit that will conclude in Sydney, Australia, which will be hosting the 2018 Invictus Games.
During his time in Singapore, Harry dropped in at the headquarters of Jamiyah Singapore, a Muslim welfare organization, where he joined members of Singapore’s Muslim community as they broke their Ramadan fast on Sunday.
According to The Telegraph, the secretary general of Jamiyah, Muhammad Rafiuddin Ismail, addressed Saturday’s horrific terror attack in London — in which seven people were killed and at least 48 injured — just before the sunset call to prayer, with Harry reportedly bowing his dead during the remarks.
“Our thoughts go out to the families of the victims of the London terror attack last night,” he said. “Let peace and harmony prevail in communities all over the world.”
Harry received a traditional Malay welcome, including a procession with traditional drummers as women tossed flower petals to mark the prince’s arrival.
Harry also posed for photos with members of the organization, including this one the group posted to its Facebook page:
In addition, Harry watched a demonstration of Silat, a traditional South-East Asian martial art.
On Monday, Harry’s schedule includes playing in a charity polo match to Sentebale, his charity that supports children and young people affected by HIV in Africa, reports Channel News Asia, before moving on to Sydney to promote the 2018 Invictus Games.