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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are honouring Bob Marley's legacy.

At the Tuesday premiere in Kingston, Jamaica, the Marley family received support from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.


On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made an amazing visit to the Carib 5 Theatre in Kingston, Jamaica, for the premiere of Bob Marley: One Love, a new biopic.


Many media channels were exclusively on the red carpet at the event, where the happy couple posed for photos and met with members of Marley's family, who had come out to support the film.


Harry, 39, looked handsome in a blue suit and white button-down, while Meghan, 42, wore a beautiful black dress teamed with a black purse and gold jewelry. Harry had previously visited Jamaica, long before he began his romantic relationship with Meghan. The prince visited the island nation in 2012 as part of his Diamond Jubilee trip to the Caribbean, when he was photographed dancing with a large crowd to Marley's popular song "One Love."


 


He also met Rita Marley, the late musician's widow. Kingsley Ben-Adir plays the Jamaican artist in the film, which aims to honor the life and music of "an icon who inspired generations through his message of love and unity."


 


Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green and produced in collaboration with the Marley family One Love also features Lashana Lynch, James Norton, Tosin Cole, Anthony Welsh, Michael Gandolfini, Umi Myers, and Nadine Marshall.


 


The project is one of the groundbreaking artist's first authorized biopics, and Bob's son, Ziggy Marley, produces alongside Rita Marley, Cedella Marley, Robert Teitel, Brad Pitt, Jeremy Kleiner, and Dede Gardner, as well as executive producers Richard Hewitt, Orly Marley, and Matt Solodky.


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Kate Middleton also had "planned abdominal surgery" at The London Clinic last week, according to reports from January 17. Palace sources tell people that the Princess of Wales, 42, is "doing well."


 


The condition is believed to be non-cancerous, and Prince William was seen leaving the London Clinic last Thursday after what the palace described as a 10- to 14-day stay before returning home to finish her recovery.


 


King Charles, Harry's father, is set to be treated for an enlarged prostate this week, Buckingham Palace stated on January 17. It is claimed that King, 75, wanted to disclose his diagnosis to encourage men who may be suffering from symptoms to seek medical attention.


 


King Charles will be able to execute his constitutional needs and duties throughout this time.


 


Watch the trailer:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajw425Kuvtw&pp=ygUTYm9iIG1hcmxleSBvbmUgbG92ZQ%3D%3D


 


 


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