ITV NEWS – Hospitality workers from the Caribbean will go to England’s Royal Households to train in a new scholarship scheme.
Prince Harry launched the programme which will see nine promising workers in food and entertainment get the chance develop their skills in Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
Training could include learning complex chocolate and sugar craft, performing duties for the Queen’s guests during Royal Ascot week or shadowing the service team at official and private events.
Harry, who is on a 15-day tour of the West Indies, launched the Royal Household Hospitality Scholarship initiative during a reception in Grenada.
He was joined by the governor general Dame Cecile La Grenade and the country’s prime minister Keith Mitchell.