Prince Harry landed in Jamaica on the final leg of his tour of the Caribbean and Central America to mark his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee
Members of the Jamaican Defence Force greeted the 27-year-old Harry with a 21-gun salute as his jet touched down at Norman Manley International Airport outside Kingston.
Making his first solo tour, the third in line to the British throne has also visited Belize and the Bahamas during the trip. He will then head to Brazil on 9 March on behalf of the British Government.
“The Prince is hugely looking forward to representing The Queen and he will bring his own brand of enthusiasm and energy to every event,” Harry’s private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton said last week.
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