During his nine-day South American tour, Prince Harry will be making a private pitstop in Windermere Island, Bahamas, a palace aide confirms to Us Weekly.
"Harry wants to make the visit for personal reasons because the place holds sentimental value," the aide explains to Us. "Harry was happy with the tour itinerary but this is the only thing he wanted to add himself. It will be a special visit."
The Diamond Jubilee tour marks the first time Harry will officially represent his grandmother, who turns 85 this year. He is expected to receive a track lesson at the Usain Bolt Track at the University of West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. He will also run in a mile-long race and coach a rugby game in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.