Prince Harry observed a minute's silence for former Cuban leader Fidel Castro who has died aged 90.
The prince joined dignitaries from St Vincent and the Grenadine at a reception hosted by the Caribbean country's governor general Sir Frederick Ballantyne who asked his guests to mark the death of the international figure.
Among the guests was Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves, leader of the country's ruling Unity Labour Party, who described Castro as a good friend of his country.
Harry is visiting the country as part of a 15-day tour of the Caribbean.
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