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Harry joins Bahamas youth gathering
Prince Harry climbs on board a specially decorated golf buggy as he goes on a tour of Harbour Island
Prince Harry is set to celebrate the efforts of Bahamas' youth as he continues his Diamond Jubilee tour in honour of the Queen.
The royal will attend a huge gathering of young people at the national stadium in Nassau which will host a march-past of Scouts and other uniformed volunteers.
Bahamas governor general Sir Arthur Foulkes, joined by the third-in-line to the throne, will take the salute in celebration of the achievements of the young people.
The Prince will then attend a lunchtime hotel reception for young Bahamian leaders which will give him the chance to meet the country's next generation who have excelled in their particular fields.
Later Harry will travel to the Royal Bahamian Defence Force Base at Coral Harbour for his last engagement before leaving the country for the final stop on his Diamond Jubilee tour - Jamaica. The royal, a captain in the British Army, will take the salute at a formal parade and lay a wreath in honour of the nation's fallen warriors.
When Harry arrives in Jamaica he will be formally greeted by a Guard of Honour at the airport before retiring for the evening.
On Sunday he paid a flying visit to a Bahamian island and left the locals in a frenzied state of excitement. The royal spent less than half an hour on the tiny Harbour Island but had to fight his way through crowds of tourists and locals all desperate to catch a glimpse of the Queen's grandson.
Harry arrived by "fast boat" but only after his vessel broke down and he joined another being used by official media following behind. He had originally sped across the crystal clear waters from the capital Nassau with the crew of a Royal Bahamian Defence Force boat conducting a maritime security exercise.
When Harry finally touched land he embarked on a whistlestop tour of the island on one of the slowest forms of motorised transport known to man - the golf buggy. As he boarded a buggy garlanded with flowers from the South American bougainvillaea plant he led a madcap convoy of a dozen buggies through the narrow streets of the harbour.
Pretty girls in bikinis rushed forward to blow kisses at the Prince as he waved at the crowds from the safety of his transport favoured by golfers the world over.