The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall attended service at the Cathedral of St Michael and All Angels, this morning to end their trip the island.
They joined Governor General Dame Sandra Mason, members of their entourage, and parishioners, for the service which started at 11:30 a.m.
Bishop Michael Maxwell, who greeted the Royal couple, told them during his sermon, that he saw their visit as inspired and commissioned by God.
“God has called and inspired you to embark on these special tours, of touching base with the Caribbean brothers and sisters, as we now share a special bond, of being a connected Commonwealth community,” he said.
“As God has been hearing our cries over the years, I believe he sent you to visit us, like Moses. To see first-hand the economic, social, and moral issues that are currently affecting us here in the Caribbean; and to assist us in addressing them, to pledge your support.”
Dame Sandra, and Prime Minister Mia Mottley bade farewell to Their Royal Highness, at the Grantley Adams International Airport, before they left the island to head to Cuba on a first official trip by the monarchy, to the Spanish speaking country. (AH)
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