Britain's Prince Harry poses for a photograph with Bahamas ...
Mar 4th, 2012
(Reuters) - Britain's Prince Harry poses for a photograph with Bahamas former Governor General Ivy Dumont (L) and Governor General Arthur Foulkes during a reception at Government House in Nassau, Bahamas March 4, 2012. The Prince is on a week-long tour through Central America and the Caribbean acting as an ambassador for Britain's Queen Elizabeth as part of her Diamond Jubilee. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BAHAMAS - Tags: ROYALS POLITICS) -
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