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Prince Harry‘s royal visit to the Caribbean may have been overshadowed by his meet-and-greet (and resulting unexpected friendship) with Rihanna, but he spent a good chunk of time with the locals, too. During a trip to the Joshua House Children’s Home in Guyana, the 32-year-old chatted with a group of women who wanted to know more about royal life at the Buckingham Palace.

“I don’t get to spend much time there,” Prince Harry revealed when a woman asked him about the royal residence. “The Queen spends quite a lot of time there, and the food is delicious. And there were a couple of thrones in there years and years and years ago.”

He added, “It’s very historical, of course it is. It’s one of our biggest landmarks.”

When a girl asked him how many maids were in the palace, the royal answered, “Oh, I don’t know. Probably not as many as you think,” which was met with a chorus of giggles.

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Jokes aside, the prince got real when one woman asked him what being a prince was really like.

“Good and bad. There’s lots of privileges, of course, that you get from when you were born, but then with privilege comes a lot of responsibility,” he answered. “And being a prince means you’ve gotta [enhance] all the positivity and try to encourage people to see the good stuff about life.”

Yesterday marked the last day of Prince Harry’s Caribbean tour, which he took part in on behalf of the Queen. He visited seven countries in 15 days and is now traveling back to London. “It’s been an incredible fortnight,” Kensington Palace said of the two-week trip.

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Watch Prince Harry’s interview below.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US