Prince Harry Gears Up to Visit the Caribbean—Here’s Where He’ll Be Stopping
Prince Harry is headed to North America! While he won’t be stopping in the U.S. this time around, he is set to embark on a major tour of the Caribbean—and sure to pose for many an adorable photo op.
Kensington Palace released official details today on his two-week long trip, and it sounds like this fun-loving royal is in for one vibrant journey. Prince Harry will travel from Nov. 20 to Dec. 4, stopping in seven countries, including the realms of Antigua and Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada and Barbados, as well as Guyana.
“Prince Harry is honored to be representing The Queen, in the year of her 90th birthday, particularly as Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados and Guyana mark their own important anniversaries of independence,” Kensington Palace said in a statement. “Prince Harry holds special memories of his last visit to the Caribbean, and of the warmth, friendliness and sense of fun that comes so naturally to this region. This visit will allow Prince Harry to experience more of the unique and individual cultures and traditions of these special Commonwealth Realms and countries."
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The royal is no stranger to the region—he last visited the Caribbean in 2012 to help mark the Diamond Jubilee of the Queen’s reign. He stopped in Jamaica, where he raced Olympic champion Usain Bolt.
After this year’s games in Rio, Harry challenged the sprinter to a rematch—and Bolt accepted. While he won’t be visiting Jamaica this time around, here’s to hoping the Olympic gold medalist makes a surprise trip to race this handsome royal once again.