Bob Marley's widow told Prince Harry he will be reunited with his dead mother one day.
Rita Marley - who presented the royal with one of her late husband's scarves - wrote a letter for the prince about Princess Diana, who died in 1997, when the pair met at Rise Life this week, a children's centre in Kingston, Jamaica which helps local children develop their potential through music.
Rita told the Daily Telegraph: ''Prince Harry's visit is a blessing. He is a very human boy, he was born in one love as we were born in one love.
"Harry is a gift from God. He spreads the love. I am giving him a letter in which I tell him how we will all see his beautiful mother again one day.''
An aide said the prince had been ''deeply touched'' by Mrs Marley's gift.
The royal also jokingly referred to a line from the Rastafarian's song Three Little Birds while speaking to guests including the country's Prime Minister Portia Simpson at King's House - the official residence of Governor General Sir Patrick Allen - on Tuesday (06.03.12).
He said: ''I count it a great privilege to be standing here tonight, representing the Queen in Jamaica on her Diamond Jubilee.
''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 (sic).''