Britain's Prince Harry delighted crowds in Belize and the Bahamas over the weekend as he met and partied with the locals during a trip through the region in honor of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who is celebrating 60 years on the throne.
Harry kicked off his trip Friday in Belize's capital Belmopan, where he danced and drank at a street party along the newly-named HM Queen Elizabeth II Boulevard. During the party, Harry could be seen mingling and dancing with the crowd and sipping rum and sampling the local food.
On Sunday, Harry headed to the Bahamas, where he met local officials, visited a church and donned a life jacket during a boat tour of the area's Harbour Island.
The Prince is on a week-long tour through Central America and the Caribbean as the ambassador for the Queen as part of her Diamond Jubilee and is also scheduled to visit Jamaica and Brazil.