The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have bid an official farewell to Jamaica following a whirlwind two-night stay in the country. William and Kate travelled to Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston on Thursday afternoon where they were waved off by a farewell party headed by the Chief of Defence Staff.
Kate looked airport chic wearing a beautiful emerald-green dress.
Earlier in the day, the Cambridges had attended a military parade as the final engagement of their Jamaica trip. The third and final leg of their tour took them to the Bahamas, where they will spend two nights before returning to the UK on Saturday.
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William and Kate had a change of outfit following their parade earlier in the day. The Duke had been wearing his military uniform while the Duchess was in a white lace dress. They changed into more relaxed attire for their travels.
The couple gave a final wave before embarking their plane for the Bahamas.
The royals touched down in the Bahamas on Thursday afternoon, once again changing outfit. Kate looked gorgeous in an aquamarine dress.
A closer look at Kate's first outfit in the Bahamas.
William and Kate were then whisked to their first engagement in the Caribbean country, a meeting with the Prime Minister, Philip Davis, and his wife, Ann Marie Davis. The Duke met the Prime Minister at The Earthshot Prize reception on the final evening of COP 26 in Glasgow, shortly after he had been elected as Prime Minister.
During their meeting, Philip said: "We have been looking forward to your arrival. It's long overdue. We are delighted you are here."
William responded: "Yes, very much excited to be here."
The PM then added: "And our best wishes are sent to the Queen and congratulations on her Platinum Jubilee."