Prince Harry Coming To The Bahamas
The second eldest grandson of Queen Elizabeth – who recently qualified as an Apache helicopter pilot – will visit Belize on the first leg of his tour, where he will be met by the country’s leader, Prime Minister Dean Barrow.
Later today he will give a speech following the renaming of a street in honour of Queen Elizabeth, before tomorrow visiting Mayan ruins and attending the launch of a special canoe, being created to celebrate his grandmother’s 60 years on the throne.
Commenting on the itinerary of the seven-day trip, Harry’s private secretary Jamie Lowther Pinkerton said: ‘The tour’s itinerary reflects – with its mixture of formality and informality – Prince Harry’s wish to pay personal tribute to his grandmother the queen, but also to spend time wherever possible with young people in all three countries.
‘As you would expect, the prince is hugely looking forward to representing the queen and he will bring his own brand of enthusiasm and energy to every event.’
Harry will head to the Bahamas on Sunday, before going to Jamaica – the government of which has claimed it wants to remove the queen as head of state – and onto Brazil.
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