Harry and Meghan’s tour would be more successful than Kate and William, claims Jane Moore

Earlier in the tour of Jamaica, Prince William tackled Britain’s role in the transatlantic slave trade where he expressed his deep “sorrow”.

Jane wrote in The Sun: “In July 2020, while still in his role with the QCT, Harry told young leaders: ‘When you look across the Commonwealth, there is no way we can move forward unless we acknowledge the past.’

“This was something his brother William attempted to do in Jamaica last week when he expressed ‘deep sorrow for the transatlantic slave trade’ after Prime Minister Andrew Holness had pretty much thanked them for their efforts while suggesting the country wouldn’t be requiring their services for much longer.

“It was yet another jarring moment in a tour that, despite William’s and Kate’s best efforts and obvious popularity, wasn’t the unqualified success the Palace might have hoped for.”

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By Michelle Marshall

Michelle Marshall is a Showbiz Reporter at

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