The Royal couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have been photographed in Kingston, Jamaica, for the premiere of Bob Marley: One Love, a forthcoming biopic.
The biopic stars Kingsley Ben-Adir as Bob Marley and Lashana Lynch as his wife, Rita. The film premiered in Jamaica before making its theatrical debut on February 14.
This trip marks Meghan’s first public appearance for 2024 and Harry’s second after he attended an awards presentation for ‘Legends of Aviation’ in Beverly Hills.
Meghan donned a stunning black maxi dress with striking jewellery, while Prince Harry dressed casually in a suit without a tie. The premiere took place at the Carib 5 theatre in Cross Roads, St. Andrew, Jamaica, and was attended by the film’s cast as well as Jamaican VIPs such as Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Bob Marley’s son Ziggy.
This is the second time the royal couple is making a trip to Jamaica; they initially went in 2017 to celebrate Harry’s buddy Tom Inskip’s wedding. During their vacation, they stayed at Round Hill, Montego Bay’s famed resort.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were seen in the audience seat during the premier, enjoying themselves with gestures that suggest that they were enjoying every moment.
According to the staff, Queen Elizabeth was outraged by Harry and Meghan’s claim that she had granted her permission for their daughter to be called Lilibet.
The enlightening finding appears in the most recent instalment of a fascinating new biography – Charles III: New King, New Court. The Inside Story, by the Mail’s writer Robert Hardman, currently being serialised exclusively in the Daily Mail.
The book revealed that the monarch was ‘as furious as I’d ever seen her’ when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex publicly announced that they would not have used her private family nickname if she had not been’supportive’.