[captionpix imgsrc=”https://www.thefloridastar.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/princeHarry.jpg” width=”540″ align=”none” captiontext=”Wife of the Prime Minister, Delores Ingraham; Prince Harry; His Excellency Sir Arthur Foulkes; Joan Lady Foulkes and Prime Minister the Rt Hon Hubert A Ingraham during a courtesy call to the Governor-General. (Photo BIS)”]
All the stops were pulled out last week when Britian’s Prince Harry visited The Bahamas and Jamaica for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Both countries are a part of the English speaking Caribbean and were until the 1970’s still under British rule.
The Prince had the opportunity to take part in several cultural events and followed in the footsteps of his mother, the late Princess Diana, by making it a priority to visit with the youth of the nations. Locals and tourists lined the streets and participated in several nationally recognized events to honor the young royal.
[captionpix imgsrc=”https://www.thefloridastar.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/princeHarry2.jpg” width=”300″ captiontext=”Prince Harry showed that he is still carrying on his mother’s tradition of giving time to sick children by reading to the patients at the Bustamente Hospital, the only pediatric hospital in the Caribbean, located in Jamaica. He was joined by other dignitaries including the Governor-General who hosted a dinner in his honor. (Photo by JIS)”]