ABC News reports that Harry will be on hand to watch the Bajan beauty sing the national anthem at a special celebration to mark the 50th anniversary of Barbados' independence from British rule. He is also expected to meet with a number of charities and organizations that carry out work to address social issues that affect the region.
Last month, Kensington Palace announced that the 32-year-old will kick off his 14-day tour in Antigua and Barbuda on Nov. 20. While there, Harry will take part in celebrations for their 35th anniversary of independence, before undertaking a series of day trips to nearby countries including St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada.
Prince George's uncle will also be visiting Guyana on behalf of the Foreign Office, which is also celebrating 50 years of independence, where he will explore the Hinterland and learn about the country's eco-tourism and focus on conservation.
Harry's trip to the Caribbean will be his first official tour since news broke of his romance with Suits actress Meghan Markle. Both have yet to comment on the romance, but sources told HELLO! that the couple started dating in July, after meeting through fashion designer Misha Nonoo. Most recently, the handsome prince was spotted at a Halloween party in Toronto and is said to have been spending time with Meghan at her home near the city's Annex neighbourhood.