Prince Harry's charm offensive

Prince Harry and the Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, before the State Dinner in the King's House, in Kingston, Jamaica. Photo: John Stillwell/PA Wire

After taking on, and cheekily beating, the fastest man on earth in a race, Prince Harry is continuing to charm the people of Jamaica as part of his tour to mark the Queen's Diamond jubilee.

Following his meeting with Usain Bolt on the track, the third in line to the throne swapped his trainers for blue suede shoes for a spot of dancing

Among the audience was Rita Marley, the widow of reggae legend Bob Marley who presented the royal with a colourful scarf which had belonged to the couple and used on tour over seven years.

Harry was said to be deeply touched by the gift and before leaving kissed the former singer on the hand after a local student band had played Marley's big hit One Love which his widow sang.