The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the premiere of “Bob Marley: One Love” in Jamaica, paying tribute to the legendary figure in Jamaican music.
They walked the red carpet hand-in-hand, with Meghan in a black spaghetti strap gown while Harry went with a suit sans tie.
The visit marks a return trip to the island nation for 38-year-old Prince Harry and his wife, 42. Prior to their engagement, the duo enjoyed a trip to Montego Bay, on the north coast, for the 2017 wedding of Harry’s pal Tom “Skippy” Inskip to Lara Hughes-Young.,
The movie musical hits theaters on February 14, starring Kingsley Ben-Adir as the reggae superstar and Lashana Lynch as his wife, Rita.
Their appearance comes just days after John Travolta has spoken of his pride at hosting the Duke of Sussex at an aviation awards ceremony, almost 40 years after he danced with his mother at the White House.
Harry and the Grease star were pictured together at the Living Legends of Aviation ceremony in Los Angeles, hosted by the aviation ambassador and keen pilot, 69.
Harry was recognised for his work as a British Army veteran and pilot at the ceremony and in his speech he told Travolta it would be fitting for them to fly together after the actor famously spun Diana, Princess of Wales around the dancefloor.
He said: “I was just a one-year-old when you danced with my mum at the White House, and now look at us. The only thing left to do is… not dance together but fly together.”
Diana, who died following a car crash in 1997, made front pages around the world when she was photographed with Travolta on the dancefloor at a gala dinner at the White House in November 1985.
Saturday Night Fever actor Travolta shared a photo of himself and Harry at the event, alongside Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his fiancee Lauren Sanchez.
Helicopter pilot Sanchez was also honoured at the ceremony on Friday, where she was presented with the Elling Halvorson Vertical Flight Hall of Fame Award.
Travolta captioned the picture: “I was so proud to host Prince Harry, Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez at Living Legends of Aviation awards event Friday night.
“Congrats to both Prince Harry and Lauren on their awards!!”