Prince William and Kate have met Raheem Sterling and Jamaica’s bobsleigh stars in the island’s historic Trench Town, the birthplace of reggae music, as they continue their Caribbean tour despite anti-royalty protests.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Jamaica earlier today ahead of a two-day tour of the island as part of their tour celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Kate wooed arriving in a yellow dress before changing into a multi-coloured outfit as the royal couple arrived in Trench Town to greet sport stars including Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling, Aston Villa’s Leon Bailey and the Jamaican bobsleigh team – the latter of whom finished 28th in the recent Winter Olympics in Beijing.
The couple will play football with the Premier League stars as part of their visit to the area – as local residents gathered in huge numbers to look on and welcome the royals.
Trench Town was made famous by Bob Marley’s No Woman No Cry hit, in which the lyrics refer to ‘in the…