video.news.sky.com Prince Harry is due to visit Jamaica on behalf of the Queen, as part of his Caribbean tour. Amidst recent calls for the country to be declared a Republic, the Prince’s visit has stirred up controversy. Sky’s Royal Correspondent Paul Harrison reports from Jamaica.
Prince Harry had a mock race with the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt, after touching down in Jamaica as part of his Royal tour of the Carribean. Sporting a Jamaican colours track suit the young Royal lined up in the blocks against the Olympic track star at the University of the West Indies stadium in Kingston. But the Prince stole a march on Usain Bolt by sprinting off on a false start before faking a leg injury as he crossed the line.
Prince Harry has visited one of Rio de Janeiro’s largest districts on the last leg of his four nation tour for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. A massive security contingent flanked the Prince as he strolled through the narrow alleyways of the Alemao Favela – which made headlines in 2010 when tanks entered to seize drugs and weapons. Earlier, the Prince tried his hand at a game of cricket with the town’s children.