On Sunday, may 10, 2015, His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales continued his royal tour of amazing New Zealand.
This morning the fun-loving prince visited the town of Invercargill in southern region. Whilst there Prince Harry received a traditional Maori welcome as well as cheers and screams from a hundred or so royal fans. Anyway, the prince also had a chance to meet with local government officials, snuggled with a 118-year-old reptile named Henry, toured Stewart Island, a remote place with “…a population of just 380, and took a short boat ride to Ulva Island, a nature sanctuary mostly covered by unspoilt rainforest…” and a bunch of other fun adventures that you may not be interested in reading at the moment. Just kidding. 🙂
Anywho, for more information about Prince Harry’s activities in New Zealand please click the links below.