PRINCE CHARMINGPrince Harry Recalls His Mother Diana As He Wows the World Tom Sykes03.06.12PRINCE CHARMINGPrince Harry Recalls His Mother Diana As He Wows the World Harry's on tour, representing his grandmother around the world. Check out his tropical looksTom Sykes03.06.12 6:00 AM ETChris Jackson / Getty ImagesDivinely RightPrince Harry pics on his tour of the Caribbean 'realms' where the Queen is still head of state . He touched down in Belize, where he spent 24 hours, then travelled to the Bahamas and then on to Jamaica. He has proved to have his mother's touch with the people, and, somewhat surprisingly, to have picked up a few tricks from his sister-in-law when it comes to the fashion stakes. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesHere's Looking At YouPrince Harry attends a Youth Rally at National Stadium on Monday. He wore desert boots from British store Russell and Bromley. The £115 style, which isn’t even in the shops yet, is known as ‘Chuck’ and comes in ‘tobacco’ – Harry’s choice – as well as brown and blue suede. A spokesman for the shop said that Harry must have bought his boots from a small pre-season batch in store, as the range won’t be officially launched for another fortnight. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesGreat White HunterHarry looks cool and relaxed, if a little colonial, in a white linen suit. Works better with the shades (see previous slide). Chris Jackson / Getty Images-POOLAll At SeaThere aren't many people who look good in a life jacket, but Harry knows how to work the look, as he chats to India Hicks on Harbour Island on March 4, 2012. Chris Jackson / Getty Images-POOLMeet The PressKudos to Harry for keeping his cool after the boat he was traveling in broke down, and he was forced to board the vessel being used by the trailing press pack. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesButton Up!If we've one complaint with Harry's style, it's that he's constantly fiddling with his jacket buttons. Open or closed, Harry, it doesn't matter, as long as it's one or the other. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesPicture ThisPrince Harry does his best to look delighted as he is presented with a portrait of...himself. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesHello Sailor"Harry's a very informal guy", his press secretary Miguel Head told Belize TV when he arrived there. Is that why he looks so uncomfortable squeezed into ceremonial dress at a service of morning prayer at Christ Church Cathedral? Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesRough GuideHarry rocks a luxury backpacker vibe as he visits Xunantunich Mayan Temple in Benque Viejo del Carmen, Belize. Belize has a population of around 350,000 and the economy relies heavily on tourism, so local authorities were understandably keen to use Harry's visit to shine a spotlight on the country's wealth of attractions. Chris Jackson / Getty Images-POOLHoly CowPrince Harry lives up to his repuattion as the Royal Family's swinger-in-chief as he joins a traditional dancer dressed as an ox at a Jubilee Block Party in the capital city of Belize. Chris Jackson / Getty Images-POOLBlock PartyHarry, wearing a traditional Belize shirt (similar to a Mexican guayabera shirt), sipped tropical rum drinks and sampled the local cuisine, before trying on a mask during a traditional dance at the Jubilee Block Party. Chris Jackson / Getty ImagesSuited and BootedWhen Harry arrived at Philip Goldson International Airport in Belize, he was sporting a dark suit, swiftly ditched in favour of lighter, flowing robes. Indigo / Getty ImagesWatch ThisWherever he goes, Harry's never far from his Rolex Explorer II watch.