Prince Harry is on a two-week tour of the Caribbean on behalf of the Queen from November 20th to December 4th. He started his tour in Antigua & Barbuda on November 20th, with a welcome ceremony, inspected the guard and attended a reception at ‘Clarence House’ in Antigua in the evening.
Prince Harry and his staff arrived in Antigua & Barbuda on a commercial flight, landing at V.C. Bird International Airport, where he saw the Antigua and Barbuda Defence Force military parade, and formally inspected the guard. In the evening, Prince Harry attended a reception given by Governor General Sir Rodney Williams at the newly renovated ‘Clarence House’, a historic building which overlooks the spectacular Nelson’s Dockyard and English Harbour in Antigua. He presented Sir Rodney Williams a photograph of The Queen & The Duke of Edinburgh, and gave a speech during which he delivered a message from The Queen offering her congratulations on Antigua & Barbuda’s 35th Anniversary of Independence
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