Prince Harry visits Guyana for final leg of Caribbean tour as Meghan Markle returns to Toronto

Prince Harry is enjoying his final days in the sunny Caribbean as his girlfriend is back and bundled up in Toronto.

The 32-year-old Royal visited Guyana Saturday for the final leg of his Caribbean tour. On Friday, Harry left Barbados and headed to the South American mainland, where he laid a wreath at the Guyana Independence Arch in Georgetown. On Saturday, he met dancers in Sumara Village in the Guyana Hinterland, They presented him with a red, white and blue headdress—the colors of the British flag.

Markle, whose relationship with Harry was confirmed last month by Kensington Palace, has not seen Harry in person in three weeks, since she visited London in mid-November. The 35-year-old actress then jetted off to Toronto to film the last scenes of season six of her show Suits and where she maintains a home, and he began his two-week Caribbean tour. 

Markle recently spent the Thanksgiving holiday in her native Los Angeles, where she also hung out with actress Priyanka Chopra, and was photographed back in Toronto Friday, pushing a shopping cart full of groceries while wearing a gray sweater, fur-collared olive jacket and a blue Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap.

Meanwhile, her dog has gotten some British pride!

Harry is traveling in the Caribbean on behalf of his 90-year-old grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. His trip coincides with the 35th anniversary of independence in Antigua and Barbuda and the 50th anniversary of independence in Barbados and Guyana. All countries used to be British colonies.

During his time in Barbados, Harry gave a speech at the country's 50th anniversary of independence event and met Rihanna. The two then both took an HIV test to set an example and show how easy and important it is to get tested.