The trip has been overshadowed in recent weeks by the news Harry is dating American actress Meghan Markle who is believed to have stayed with the Prince at his Kensington Palace home earlier this month.
As the royal continues his Caribbean tour, he stopped by St. Kitts Wednesday and released nested turtles out into the wild at Lovers Beach in Nevis.
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He then proceeded to help five baby turtles, which he'd worked with local volunteers to free from the island's undergrowth, by releasing them into the sea.
The volunteers from the Nevis Turtle Group work every night on the beaches, tagging turtles and collecting information about their nesting habits and movements. "But what is most important to me, is having the chance to meet the young people of the countries I visit".
"There is no better way to judge the future of a country than by spending time with its youth", said Harry in his speech, "taking the time to listen to what they have to say; and understanding their vision for the nation they will inherit".