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MIAMI (CBSMiami) —  Wellington is getting a royal visitor just in time for an annual polo match raising money for charity.

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Prince Harry is making an appearance at the 2016 Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup at Valiente Polo Farm on May 4th.

The matches are meant to raise money for Prince Harry’s charity Sentebale which supports children and young people affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

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According to the Palm Beach Post, Prince Harry’s stay will be short since he will be heading to Orlando for the Invictus Games. He’s scheduled to stay there for more than a week.

The games, held at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports, are for veterans who were injured while in service. The games will last from May 8th to May 12th.

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Prince Harry is scheduled to leave on May 13th.