Day 7:

Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall continued their Royal Visit to the Caribbean today, arriving in Grenada. Their Royal Highnesses were welcomed to the country with a ceremony at the Grenada Houses of Parliament. The Prince of Wales inspected the Guard of Honour before attending a private meeting with the Prime Minister. The Prince and The Duchess then continued to a reception to view a variety of exhibitions, including flowers from the Chelsea Flower Show.

Their Royal Highnesses continued the day at the House of Chocolate, a museum established in 2015 to celebrate Grenada’s role as world leading chocolate producer. The Prince and The Duchess undertook a tour of the centre, tasting chocolate bars and Cocoa tea, before meeting farmers and chocolatiers.

Next, Their Royal Highnesses visited the Carenage Exhibition to learn about Grenada’s expanding agricultural sector. The Prince and The Duchess viewed a display of value-added products such as Nut-med, a nutmeg based pain relief cream, reflecting the trend of young Grenadians using their traditional knowledge to produce cosmetics for the commercial market. Their Royal Highnesses also met the owner and operators of Renegade Rum, a company working to reintroduce sugar cane to Grenada’s agricultural sector.

The Prince of Wales then continued to Spice Island Beach Resort where he attended a Blue Economy roundtable led by Dr Angus Friday, co-chair of the Blue Innovation Institute.

Following a private meeting with the Governor General, Their Royal Highnesses visited Mount Cinnamon Dive Site to view an exposition on the Blue Economy on the beach.

A farewell ceremony finished off The Prince and The Duchess’s visit.