Photos: Prince Harry and Prince Andrew view Vancouver artist Foster Eastman's work in London

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      Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will soon be in London to visit Queen Elizabeth.

      If he drops by Canada House, he may become the latest dignitary to view two pieces of art conceived and created in Vancouver.

      The lestweforgetCANADA mural and The Tribute Pole were each overseen by artist Foster Eastman.

      Earlier this month, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew each visited Canada House to view the projects.

      Prince Harry generated some laughs.
      Former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell was on hand in his role as Canada's high commissioner to the United Kingdom.

      The mural featured 162 panels representing each Canadian who died in Afghanistan in recent years.

      The latter project was created by Canadian veterans with the help of Squamish master carver Xwalacktun (Rick Harry) in Vancouver.

      Veterans Dale Hamilton and Tim Laidler were among those who carved the tribute pole.
      Yolande Cole

      Eastman has taken a special interest in the plight of veterans who've returned home from Afghanistan.

      He's also worked hard to educate the public about preventing men from committing suicide.

      Prince Andrew also visited the exhibition at Canada House.

      Meanwhile, Eastman's multimedia exhibit, Mao: Contemporary Works on the Cultural Revolution, will be shown in Miami.

      The show, which featured two dozen storyboards, chronicles the bloody legacy of the first leader of Communist China. It was on display in 2013 at the former Buschlen Mowatt Gallery on West Georgia Street.