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Fit for a King

OVER 200 specially invited guests got the chance to dine with Prince Harry at the historic King's House in the Jamaican parish of St Andrew on his tour of the island last week.

But, just what did Prince Harry eat? Newly released images show some of the items on the menu catered by New Kingston's Jamaica Pegasus hotel.

It contained a mild curry, a beautiful salad, which contained the pleasantly subtle naseberry, a tangy sorbet and a main course of beef tenderloin.

Finally, guests were served with the peitit fours and some freshly brewed Blue Mountain coffee, which was paired with a delightful Cockburn's Special Reserve.

The champagne used for the main toasts was Bollinger Special Cuvée

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