Prince Harry arrives in Antigua for Caribbean tour

Britain's Prince Harry arrives for the first stop on his Caribbean tour in Antigua and Barbuda where he is greeted by a military parade.

ANTIGUA (REUTERS) - Prince Harry arrived in Antigua and Barbuda on Sunday (Nov 20) for the first stop on his tour through the Caribbean region.

He was greeted on the tarmac of V.C. Bird International Airport in St John's by a local delegation, including Prime Minister Gaston Browne and Foreign Affairs Minister Charles Fernandez.

The Antigua and Barbuda Defense Force military held a parade in his honor, during which Prince Harry inspected the Guard.

His first stop will include a welcome reception by the Governor-General Rodney Williams, a sports festival and a visit to one of the largest colonies of Frigate birds in the world.

From there, he'll head to St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, Barbados and Guyana.