British High Commissioner Greg Quinn announced yesterday that Prince Harry will be visiting Guyana shortly. The Prince will be on an official visit to the Caribbean on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II.
Prince Harry will visit Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Grenada, Guyana, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia and St Vincent and the Grenadines.
The visit falls on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of Independence for Guyana, the 50th Anniversary of Independence for Barbados, and the 35th Anniversary of Independence for
Antigua and Barbuda.
“It gives me great pleasure to be able to confirm that Prince Harry will be visiting Guyana later this year. This will be the first visit by a member of the Royal Family since 2004 and comes, of course, in the year of Guyana’s 50th anniversary of Independence. It is therefore a particularly relevant time for such a visit. More details will be provided in due course, but in the meantime let me say once again how happy I am that this visit will take place.”Quinn said via a release yesterday.
Full details of the visit will be confirmed in due course, the release stated.
Born in London, England as Prince Henry Charles Albert David, on September 15, 1984, the Prince is the second son of Charles, Prince of Wales and the late Princess Diana of Wales.
He served in Afghanistan and was promoted to captain in 2011.
In 2015, Prince Harry ended a decade of active service in the military. He currently volunteers for the army in support of wounded servicemen as well as devoting his time to his duties as a member of the royal family. He is involved in numerous charitable causes.
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