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Prince Harry is surely one of the Royal Family's most innately likeable members - but at a recent speech during his State visit to Jamaica, the Prince tried, and failed miserably, to do a Jamaican accent.

Apologising for the Queen's absence Harry quoted Jamaica's most famous son Bob Marley, telling attendees at the State dinner not to worry because "Every little thing's going to be alright."

As opposed to Jamaican, the accent came out somewhere along the M62 between Manchester and Warrington.

Harry's accent fail however did little to detract from a state visit that has been hailed from all quarters as a success.

Earlier Harry 'raced' with world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, and met with Jamaica's Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller.

Speaking of the Queen, Harry said: "She combines all her virtues as a leader and as a Head of State, with those of being a wonderful, caring grandmother - to whom we, her grandchildren, are utterly devoted.‬‪"

"As for me, I haven't been here for long, but - wow - if I had, I'm not sure my grandmother would get me back."

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Video: Prince Harry attempts Jamaican accent at State dinner speech, fails
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