Prince Harry’s St Lucia trip
Prince Harry is to visit St Lucia’s world-famous volcanic twin peaks.
The 32-year-old royal is on a tour of the Caribbean on behalf of his grandmother Queen Elizabeth – who is the head of state of the Eastern Caribbean island nation – and will be making the breath-taking trip after receiving an official welcome at a reception hosted by the Governor General, Dame Pearlette Louisy.
A tweet on Kensington Palace’s official Twitter page revealed: “Prince Harry is spending today travelling to St Lucia and is looking forward to the #RoyalVisitStLucia (sic)”
On Friday (24.11.16), the flame-haired hunk will begin the morning with an exhibition of the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, where a match will take place with a team for Harry taking on the prime minister.
Harry will then continue his tour arriving at the Pigeon Island for an outdoor showcase of the many conservation projects, which are run by the young people of St. Lucia.
The prince will unveil a plaque dedicated to the Castries Water Works Reserve as a contribution to The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Project.
He will then embark on a boat trip from the north of St. Lucia to the south-western town of Soufriere where he will be greeted by local people and a street festival.