Prince Harry spoke with former cricket players and played a bit of volleyball and cricket as Antigua and Barbuda put on a sports show for him Monday (November 21), the second day of his 14 day official visit to the Caribbean.
His royal Highness started his first morning in Antigua at a Youth Sports Festival at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium where he was hosted by three of Antigua and Barbuda’s cricketing legends – Sir Vivian Richards, Sir Andy Roberts and Sir Curtly Ambrose.
Together they toured the grounds of the stadium, meeting local children and young people so Prince Harry could see and participate in some of the national sports played in the region.
Prince Harry will visit seven countries on this trip. This is his second official visit to the Caribbean.