Prince Harry in Antigua & Barbuda- Day 3

On Day 3 of the Royal Visit to the Caribbean, Prince Harry visited Barbuda, the sister island of Antigua. He toured a wildlife sanctuary, visited a primary school and a high school, and launched the Queen’s Commonwealth canopy in St. John’s before departing for St. Kitts.

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Prince Harry arrived at on the Island of Barbuda by helicopter. His first engagement was at the Frigate Bird Sanctuary, he viewed Frigate Birds on a boat tour through the mangrove. Prince harry visited Trinity Primary School and Trinity Primary School. Prince Harry unveiled a plaque & helped to plant a tree at the Victoria Park Botanical Gardens in Antigua as part of the commonwealth project. Just before sunset, he boarded a boat to make his way towards St. Kitts.

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British Royal family Official Website

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