A clip has emerged showing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex taking their seats at the premiere of Bob Marley biopic One Love.
The couple attended the glitzy event at the Carib Theatre, during which they chatted with anti-monarchy Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness earlier this week.
The video shows the former royals being shown to their seats, which are several rows back.
The clip appears to show Harry, 39, looking slightly dejected as he heads to his seat, following his wife.
Meanwhile, Meghan, 42, is seen smiling as she lifts her big dress and walks down the aisles of the cinema.
A clip showed the couple heading to their seats, which appeared to be several rows back, at the film’s premiere.
The Duchess wore a black dress for the event, featuring a strappy black top that showed off her arms and shoulders paired with a long Carolina Herrera taffeta skirt.
She finished the look with her classic Jimmy Choo ‘J Box bag’ (worth £750, or about $952), one of her staple items that she’s worn several times over the years.
Royal observers, including Royal Fashion Police on Instagram, having rocked 18k gold earrings from Jennifer Meyer Jewellery, which cost $3,250 (around £2,558).
She opted for discreet makeup, with her hair tied up in a simple bun.
Meanwhile, Harry wore a navy blue two-piece suit with a white shirt and no tie, going for a more casual look.
The couple’s appearance in the biopic has caused some controversy, as Meghan and Harry, who stepped down from royal duties four years ago, posed with Prime Minister Andrew Holness and his wife Juliet at the premiere.
Andrew has said his country is “moving away” from the British monarchy. Harry’s father, King Charles, is Jamaica’s head of state.
The process of breaking ties with the British monarchy is underway, following in the footsteps of another former Caribbean possession, Barbados.
While Meghan seemed to be in good spirits, her husband Harry seemed dejected.
Similar to the island county’s break with the monarchy, Prince Harry also revoked his HRH titles and sensationally ceased being a working royal in early 2020.
He moved to North America with his wife Meghan, whom he married in 2018.
Meghan and Harry reside in Montecito, California, with their two children, Archie and Lilibet. The Sussexes have made very few public and personal trips back to the UK since leaving office.
The couple has had many ventures in the entertainment industry since their royal departure. They signed multimillion-dollar deals with Netflix and Spotify to produce podcasts and docuseries about their life within the royal fold.
Six months ago, they broke off their $20 million deal with Spotify, following the production of Meghan’s ‘Archetypes’ podcast series.
Meghan showed off her dewy skin with simple, understated makeup and styled her hair into a slicked-back bun.
Prince Harry, 39, opted for a casual navy suit and white shirt for the event in Kingston.
Lip reader Jeremy Freeman spoke to FEMAIL about what former royals had told the Prime Minister about the film.
He said the duchess called the film “perfect.”
“It’s incredible,” he gushed in a short clip of the event, shared on the politician’s Instagram Story.
And Jeremy added that the Duke of Sussex appeared to compliment the “good job” that was done on the film.
“Nice…nice to meet you,” he added.
Elsewhere, the lip reader said Andrew had asked Meghan “what she thought of it”, likely referring to the biopic.
“Yes, it was perfect,” he said. Then the duchess pointed to her husband and added: ‘Yes, he’ll definitely tell you. It is perfect.’
The Duke and Duchess also turned heads as they posed for photos and shook hands with actors at the event.
The couple posed with Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Chairman and CEO Brian Robbins and his wife Tracy James.
Sussex’s departure comes at a difficult time for the Royal Family, with the Princess of Wales recovering in hospital from scheduled abdominal surgery and the Duchess of York revealing her skin cancer diagnosis at the weekend.
Prince Harry and Meghan praised new Bob Marley biopic One Love while chatting with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness during their red carpet appearance in Kingston last night, a lip reader has revealed.
Speaking to FEMAIL, Jeremy Freeman said the Duchess, 42, said the film, which chronicled the life of the infamous reggae musician, was “perfect”.
Pictured, from left to right: Meghan, Harry, Andrew, his wife Juliet and Olivia Grange, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sports of Jamaica.
The Princess of Wales is said to be “doing well” after going under the knife for her abdominal operation at the London Clinic near Regent’s Park last week.
He will remain in the dedicated clinic for up to 14 days and is not expected to return to official duties until after Easter.
Meanwhile, Sarah, 64, was diagnosed with malignant melanoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer, after having several moles removed during reconstructive surgery following her mastectomy in June.
One was identified as cancerous and is now undergoing further medical checks to ensure the cancer was caught in the early stages.
In addition, King Charles has revealed that he will go under the knife and undergo surgery for an enlarged prostate.