Harry and Meghan met Jamaican politician Marilyn Malahou-Forte at the premiere and they got along well. In doing so, they provoke King Charles. Forte wants Jamaica to secede from the British Crown.
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- Burns Harry and Meghan traveled to Jamaica specially to attend the movie premiere of “Bob Marley – One Love”.
- There they stood on the red carpet with several Jamaican politicians.
- Royal experts say it's a provocation. Jamaica wants to separate from the British royal family.
The British royal family cannot relax. While Princess Kate and King Charles III. You have to suffer from health problems and operations, and the next blow comes.
Prince Harry and Meghan met Jamaican politician Marilyn Malahou-Forte at the cinema premiere of the Bob Marley biopic, and they got along wonderfully. As the photo shows from the red carpet.
There will be King Charles III. About the first chat Not amusing He is.
Marilyn Mallahoo Forte is the Minister of Legal and Constitutional Affairs of Jamaica. And an avowed anti-monarchy. She wants to make sure Jamaica stays away from the British royal family.
In the past, Marilyn Malahou-Forte has made several calls that it is time to break ties with the British monarchy.
Jamaica gained independence in August 1962, but remains part of the British Commonwealth.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were also photographed with Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness at the cinema premiere of “Bob Marley – One Love.” Another provocation to the British Royal Family from Prince Harry and Meghan.
Jamaica is ready to move forward
Just two years ago, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness met Prince William and his wife Kate during their ill-fated trip to the Caribbean, and told them the country was ready to “move forward.”
Jamaica's Parliament is scheduled to debate a bill in April that seeks to transform it into a republic and hold a referendum on removing the king as head of state by 2025.
The fact that Harry and Meghan attended the film's premiere in Jamaica and smiled on the red carpet with opponents of the monarchy was met with outrage in Great Britain. Royal writer Ingrid Seward told the English newspaper “the sun”“This is very clumsy and provocative behavior.”
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