The pop star greeted the fifth-in-line to the throne in her home country, where Prince Harry met with some of Barbados' residents, leaders and its biggest names to toast the island's 50th year of Independence on behalf of the Queen. The Prince first met the Love the Way You Lie star on Wednesday during the Toast to the Nation event, where the pair shook hands and chatted. The following day they were reunited at a concert held at the Kensington Oval cricket ground in Bridgetown, Barbados, where they were pictured laughing together after the huge crowd began chanting Prince Harry's name.
Rihanna and Prince Harry laughed together at the concert
According to the BBC, the Prince greeted the Grammy Award winning star saying: "Hello, it's very nice to meet you" after being told the star would be meeting him at the event just twenty minutes earlier. The Prince then read a message from his grandmother the Queen, which read: "Prince Philip and I send our warmest wishes to the Government and the people of Barbados on the occasion of your 50th Anniversary of Independence.
The pair first met during the Toast to the Nation event
"Over the years I have visited Barbados five times and you have kindly welcomed many other members of my family. Our countries have a shared history, shared values and an affection which continues to bind us in friendship. On this day of celebration, I send my congratulations to you on your Golden Jubilee of Independence."