Prince Harry ‘taken aback’ by unexpected portrait

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He’s a fan (Picture: PA)

Prince Harry seemed a bit taken aback when he saw this drawing of himself.

The royal was visiting an exhibition of environmental and social projects on Grand Anse beach in St George’s, Grenada, as part of his tour of the Caribbean.

He was being taken to see a computer project when he just happened to notice the drawing.

After doing a double take, Harry stopped to chat to the young artist.

Prince Harry is presented with a portrait on Grand Anse Beach as he visits Mangrove restoration projects ahead of visiting the coral reef in Grenada during the second leg of his Caribbean tour. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday November 28, 2016. See PA story ROYAL Harry. Photo credit should read: Chris Jackson/PA Wire

Looking good (Picture: PA)

GRAND ANSE BEACH, GRENADA - NOVEMBER 29:  Prince Harry speaks at a reception at the Spice Island Beach Resort before attending a reception hosted by the Governor General Her Excellency Dame Cecile La Grenade, on November 29, 2016 in Grenada.  Prince Harry

There’s a definite likeness (Picture: Getty Images)

The picture was drawn by a teenager supported by New Life Organisation, a Grenadan organisation that provides disadvantaged youth with vocational and life skills training.

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‘How long have you been drawing for?’ Harry asked 18-year-old Richie Modeste, who replied, ‘for about six years now’.

Prince Harry then praised his artwork, telling him: ‘You have a serious talent.’

The prince was then presented with the framed drawing, along with a colourful bag to carry it.