Singer Rihanna gave Prince Harry a popstar welcome to her native Barbados on Wednesday as part of the British royal's Caribbean tour.
The Umbrella hitmaker returned to the island-nation to represent her country as she greeted Prince Harry at the Toast to the Nation event, held to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Barbados' independence from the British Empire.
Rihanna was photographed smiling as she and the Prince shook hands.
According to The Daily Express, Rihanna was seated at a table with Guyana's President David Granger, and as the Prince walked over to her, he told the singer: "Hello, it's very nice to meet you."
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The moment was captured on Snapchat by a royal aide, who captioned the post: "Meeting @badgalriri (Rihanna) at Barbados Independence celebrations".
Harry also attended the Golden Anniversary Spectacular Mega Concert, where Rihanna performed the national anthem.
The event also featured other top Bajan talent.
The royal heir arrived in Barbados earlier in the week and kicked off his visit with a stop at the Nightingale Children's Home, which provides accommodation and care for kids under the age of 18.
He also headed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital to spend time with sick children, six years after his last visit.
His two-week tour of the Caribbean will wrap up at the weekend with a trip to Guyana.
- Cover Media