Just a day after the Antiguan Prime Minister teased him about marrying Meghan Markle, Prince Harry has been left red-faced once again.
The punctual prince arrived a tad too early to St Kitts and Nevis that it meant no one was there to greet him!
Used to thronging crowds of thousands of well-wishes, the 32-year-old instead took in the view from the deck of his boat for around ten minutes until the scheduled arrival time.
Thankfully, the crowd soon built and Harry enjoyed a lively walkabout where he met with enthusiastic locals and tourists.
Onlookers noted that the Prince went out of his way to speak to all the young children who had gathered at Port Zante.
According to The Telegraph, Harry struggled to grasp some of the kids' names before asking: "OK, who here has the longest name. You all have amazing names."
Later in the day, the fifth-in-line to the British throne had one of the most special experiences on the tour to date.
Heading to Lovers Beach on the island of Nevis to meet with the The Nevis Turtle Group conservation group, Harry was lucky enough to release five tiny turtles into the wild.
"Go, go, go," Harry beamed as he let them go.
"Look at the energy they have as well," he remarked.
"The Nevis Turtle Group conservation initiative is dedicated to developing a Sea Turtle Conservation Programme in Nevis, and involve the local community to ensure that sea turtles are protected for years to come," Kensington Palace explained on Instagram.
Meanwhile Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle took to Instagram to share her own special moment with fans - the incredible turkey she cooked for Thanksgiving.
"That time I roasted a pretty perfect Thanksgiving turkey! The question is, can I do it again? The pressure is on!" The actress penned alongside her feast.
It looks like Meghan and Harry will have a lot to talk about when they're reunited!