It was revealed last month that Harry, as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton, would be dispatched around the globe this year in honor of the queen's Diamond Jubilee, and while we already knew that Harry was headed to Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas (sounds like someone drew the long straw), today he added Brazil to that itinerary, and let his adoring fans know exactly when he'll be heading out.
Yeah, it's a tough life, but someone's got to do it.
The trip will not only serve as the young prince's first solo tour abroad, but will mark his first time ever in any of the places he's set to visit. The excursion will serve to commemorate the 60th year of his grandma Queen Elizabeth II's reign.
His 10-day excursion will kick off March 2, when he will touch down at the first of his stops, in Belize. He'll visit the Belize and Cayo Districts of the nation and will spend just two days in all in the country before his next stop…
The Bahamas. From March 3-5 the red-headed royal will be lathering on the SPF as he pays a visit to New Providence Island.
From there, he'll island hop over to Jamaica—specifically, Kingston and Falmouth, where he'll stay March 5-8.
The last leg of his journey will take him back down to South America, where he'll be bringing his one-man carnival to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo March 9-11. Rather than honor the Diamond Jubilee, this particular leg of his trip will support the U.K.'s interests in the region and Harry's own charities.
And, of course, no trip around the globe should be all business, and leave it to Prince Harry to mix in a little pleasure along the way. Though trip ends in all official capacities on March 11, he's opting to stay in Brazil privately through March 14.
The Copacabana won't know what hit it.