Prince Harry continues his tour of Barbados with a visit to a hospital to meet children on a paediatric ward and their parents.
The 25-year-old royal will spend time with the poorly youngsters as well as staff and volunteers from the Queen Elizabeth hospital in the capital Bridgetown.
The 25-year-old royal is mid-way through a three-day visit to the Caribbean country where he will play in a charity polo match in aid of impoverished African children.
Harry, 25, will take to the pitch at the exclusive Apes Hill Polo Club to raise money for his charity Sentebale which helps orphans and vulnerable children in the land-locked kingdom of Lesotho.
Later, he will be joined by Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, co-founder of Sentebale, at a garden party for orphaned youngsters and vulnerable children at Barbados' national museum.
The princes will tour the institution's Africa gallery before watching a cultural performance by local entertainers.
In the evening Harry will attend a music concert in aid of the relief effort in Haiti.
The prince will also be a guest at a dinner raising funds for the earthquake stricken nation hosted by businessman Ajmal Khan.