Prince Harry is wrapping up his major tour of the Caribbean with a visit to Guyana.
He was welcomed into the village of Surama with a particularly majestic feathered headdress which he sported like a pro.
Harry also went to the Kaieteur Falls in the hinterland, as his father Charles had done in 2000.
When in Guyana, he paid a visit to the Joshua House Children's Centre in Georgetown. The charity, established in 1977, is home to more than 70 children, typically aged between five and 12, and aims to help youngsters who find themselves in unfortunate circumstances.
It provides access to computers, libraries and daily meals, and youngsters can learn skills like how to prepare meals and grow the ingredients used to create them. Harry met the children living at the centre as well as the staff and volunteers.