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Harry has carried on his late mother Princess Diana's legacy by working to raise funds and awareness for HIV/AIDS in the tiny South African kingdom of Lesotho, while Meghan has made a handful of trips to Rwanda as an ambassador for organizations like UN Women and World Vision. "Harry loves that she is so into philanthropy," a source said.

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The glacial lake is tucked away amid broadleaved woodland.Tall cliffs rise to the west, but Melynllyn is more open to sunshine than brooding neighbour Llyn Dulyn, allowing the possibility of post-swim sunbathing.3 Hatchmere Delamere Forest, Cheshire (SJ 553722) Popular with families for picnics, paddling and splashing in the peat-brown waters.Access is via a sandy beach opposite the Carriers Inn. 4 Loch Ness Drumnadrochit, Invernesshire, the Highlands (NH 530288) Whether or not Nessie exists (the latest theory cites circus elephants taking a dip in the 1930s), a swim in Loch Ness is a must.Wild Swimming author Daniel Start recommends entering the water from a small beach opposite Urquhart Castle, where there is good shallow access. 5 Crummock Water Buttermere, Lake District, Cumbria (NY 175175)The Lake District is outdoor swimming heaven, with hoards of hidden tarns, but Crummock Water takes some beating.This is the place to wander lonely as a cloud and enjoy an invigorating swim in the shadow of Scafell Pike.