'Awkward moment' for Prince Harry in minute's silence for Fidel Castro
Governor general of St Vincent asks guests to honour Cuban communist at royal reception in Caribbean
Prince Harry has taken part in observing a minute’s silence in remembrance of Fidel Castro.
The potentially embarrassing episode took place during a trip to the Caribbean island of St Vincent. The prince joined local dignitaries at a reception in the capital, Kingstown, hosted by the Caribbean country’s governor general, Sir Frederick Ballantyne.