The 27-year-old is representing his grandmother, the Queen, on the trip - part of the Diamond Jubilee tour.
Taking in a visit to the Rise Life charity project, Prince Harry was pulled to his feet by Chantol Dorner, who he danced along to Bob Marley's 'One Love' with. Before showing off some of his own solo moves, the flustered prince made his way back to his seat to watch the remainder of the performance.
Wearing an attention-grabbing pair of blue suede shoes, Harry also met Rita Marley, wife of the late singer - who he also quoted during a state dinner last night (March 6).
"I count it a great privilege to be standing here tonight, representing The Queen in Jamaica on her Diamond Jubilee," he said. "Her Majesty has asked me to extend her great good wishes to you all, and is sorry that she can't be here - so you're stuck with me... but don't worry, cos every liddle ting gonna be aright!"
Describing his grandmother as "an inspiration", he continued: "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."
The tobacco-coloured version of Harry's suede footwear caused a stir earlier this week, when fans rushed to purchase a pair of the £115 Russell and Bromley desert boots - only to find that they are not yet officially on sale for another two weeks.
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Watch Prince Harry dancing in the video below: