The royal will visit the Caribbean for The Queen's Diamond Jubilee before heading to South America

By Marla Lehner
Updated January 19, 2012 02:15 PM

Prince Harry is taking his royal charm on tour.

In early March the prince will visit Belize, the Bahamas and Jamaica on his first visit to those countries on behalf of his grandmother, The Queen, as part of her upcoming Diamond Jubilee, according to the prince’s office at St. James’s Palace.

This is the first time Harry will be on an official royal tour representing the Queen.

He’ll also visit Brazil, the only country on his tour that is not part of the British Commonwealth, on a tour stop designed to enhance the partnership between the U.K. and the South American country.

Of course, Harry – who is known for his partying ways – won’t spend all his time doing business. Following the official visit to Brazil, he plans to stay on privately there for another few days.

Meanwhile, Prince William and Kate are expected to visit Malaysia, Singapore, the Solomon Islands and Tuvalu in Asia to mark The Queen’s Jubilee in the fall.