Prince Harry was greeted by Brazilian Samba dancers as he entered Rio De Janeiro to promote the London Olympics and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Tour.

The tourism campaign, called The Great, has taken Harry to Brazil and Jamaica. Harry did not forget to crack jokes on his brother, when asked to dance.

"Everything about Rio makes you want to dance. I'm just so thankful that my brother isn't here because he might actually do it - and that would not be cool," Prince Harry was quoted as saying by The Telgraph.

The 27-year-old Prince arrived in Brazil on Friday. According to the Telegraph, "Rio is one of 14 key cities identified for Britain's biggest-ever tourism campaign, including Mumbai, Sao Paulo, and Shanghai."

The Prince sent a thank you note to the Governor General of Jamaica. The Rio tour is the final stage of the prince's international tour.

Prince Harry's visit to Brazil and JamaicaReuters
Prince Harry's visit to Brazil and JamaicaReuters
Prince Harry's visit to Brazil and JamaicaReuters
Prince Harry's visit to Brazil and JamaicaReuters
Prince Harry's visit to Brazil and JamaicaReuters