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Tuesday 6th March 2012 10:50
Prince Harry has arrived in Kingston, Jamaica for the final leg of his Jubilee Caribbean tour.
He was welcomed with a 21-gun salute when he landed in his private jet as he continued his tour of the Commonwealth countries in the Caribbean.
The Prince will be meeting with Jamaican PM Mrs Simpson Miller today at a lunch reception in Kingston and at a state banquet.
Mrs Miller stated her desire for the Queen to be replaced as Jamaica's head of state with a Jamaican president at her swearing-in ceremony in January.
This came exactly 50 years after Jamaica gained independence in 1962.
The 27-year-old Prince was in the Bahamas on Monday, speaking to thousands of children in the capital's stadium. He celebrated the acheivements of schoolchildren in the country and thanked them for making his visit so memorable.
While in Jamaica he is due to meet the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, when he visits the track where the 100m record holder trains.