A close look reveals a pair of blue suede shoes as the prince danced to Marley tunes in Kingston.
Earlier, the prince lunched with Jamaica's new Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, who has advocated severing ties with Great Britain. However, a toast from the youngest son of Prince Charles revealed none of that political tension.
"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 are stuck with me. But don't worry, because 'Every Little Thing is Gonna be All Right,'" the prince said, followed by laughter.
The 27-year-old prince also took some time to do a little running with the world's fastest man on a track in Kingston.
Wearing a track suit emblazoned with Jamaica's colors of green, black and gold, the prince got off to a false start and was about 50 meters down the track as Usain Bolt bent over with laughter. The Olympic medalist then jogged up to a grinning Harry, making one of his signature skyward points for a crowd of onlookers at the University of the West Indies in the Jamaican capital.
Harry then joined Bolt for a few pointing poses to an appreciative crowd.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.