Kensington Palace has announced that the charming 31-year-old will make an official visit to the Caribbean in November this year.
Prince Harry will embark on the royal tour on his grandmother Queen Elizabeth's behalf.
The trip will include his return to Barbados, while the former military man will also mark his first official visit to Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Guyana, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, plus St Vincent and the Grenadines.
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The trip will see Harry join in on the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of independence for Barbados, the 50th anniversary of independence for Guyana, and the 35th anniversary of independence for Antigua and Barbuda - though no further detail on his trip has been confirmed.
The 31-year-old made an official visit to the region back in 2010, where he visited Barbados.
Back then, the trip saw Harry come out of his shell, showcasing his dance moves alongside fellow royal Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, in a bid to raise money for the Haiti earthquake fund.
For now, Harry is focusing on his charity work including his beloved Invictus Games.
The royal was incredibly proud when he found out 11 competitors from five nations who competed in the the 2014 or 2016 Invictus Games will once again represent their country later this month at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Taking to Twitter, Harry, the patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, shared his best wishes.
“I remember watching these competitors at the 2014 and 2016 Invictus Games."
"And now they've been selected for the Rio Paralympic Games. I can't think of a better example of showing how important sport can be for recovery."
“I know they'll compete with the same Invictus spirit that we saw in London and Orlando – motivated not just by winning, but by pushing their bodies and minds to the absolute limit to prove to the world there is life beyond injury."
“They will lift everyone around them and whether you're watching in Rio or on TV around the world, they will inspire you. I'm incredibly proud of what they've achieved and will be cheering on every single competitor during the Games."
Addressing the 11 competitors directly, he added, “To those Invictus Games competitors representing your five nations, all I have to say to you is what an incredible achievement – well done for your selection.
"You have trained harder than ever, but the fight to the finish line won't be easy. You all know this better than anyone. Cherish this moment as you get to serve your country again.
"Absorb the applause and atmosphere for inspiring millions, but most importantly - have fun!"