Prince Harry spent Day 2 of the Royal Visit to the Caribbean in Antigua & Barbuda on November 21st. He visited a Youth Sports Festival, attended a Charities Showcase event at Government House, and a reception at Barnacle Point.
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Prince Harry’s first engagement was at a Youth Sports Festival at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. He toured the stadium, played sports with children, and met three of Antigua & Barbuda’s cricketing legends: Sir Vivian Richards, Sir Andy Roberts and Sir Curtly Ambrose. Prince Harry departed the stadium to to a Guard of Honour formed of Cricket bats.
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In the afternoon, Prince Harry attended a reception at the recently renovated Government House, in Antigua’s capital St John’s. He met young leaders and presented honours before attending the Charities Showcase event in the grounds of Government House. The charities featured included the Nolan Hue and the Halo Foundation, Scouts and the Girl Guides.
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In the evening, Prince Harry attended a reception at Barnacle Point hosted by Prime Minister Mr Gaston Browne, at which a number of Antiguan and Barbudan young cultural ambassadors were also in attendance. However, the Prime Minister speech left Prince Harry redfaced, after he said “I believe we are expecting a new Princess soon. I want you to know that you are very welcome to come on your honeymoon here.”
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