Prince Harry arrives in Guyana where he will end his Caribbean Tour
Prince Harry has arrived in Guyana and will be here for the next few days as he ends his 15-day tour of the Caribbean on behalf of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
After spending the last three days on the island of Barbados, 32-year-old Prince Harry arrived in Guyana at the Eugene F.Correia International Airport dressed in a dark blue suit. This is the last leg of his tour of the Caribbean before heading back home.
Guyana’s Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge was at the airport to greet the Prince after which he was given the Guard of Honour by the local Defense Force.
Prince Harry’s first stop was at the Ministry of the Presidency where he had a short meeting with President David Granger.
After that brief meeting, his Royal Highness paid his respects by laying a wreath at the Independence Arch, on Brickdam.
Moments after the Prince was swooped away to the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Camp Ayanganna for a short tour and interaction with military and veterans.
His last stop was the laying of another wreath at the Commonwealth War Grave in honour of those who lost their lives during the two World Wars and the pre-Independence period.
Over the weekend Prince Harry will be visiting the Iwokrama International centre, Surama Village in the Hinterland, Kaieteur Falls along with a children’s home and a meeting with the first lady Sandra Granger.
Prince Harry is the younger of two sons born to Prince Charles and the late Diana, Princess of Wales and is the fourth in line to become monarch of the Commonwealth kingdoms.