The nation is’very’ angry, according to political correspondent Nadine Batchelor-Hunt, over Meghan’s treatment by the royals.
“I don’t think British people realise how enraged Jamaicans are about the Royal Family’s and the British public’s treatment of Meghan. The Royal Family should be concerned because the decolonisation movement has gained traction in recent years: Barbados recently deposed the Queen as head of state “Nadine expressed her thoughts.
Meanwhile, Jamaicans have called for independence from the Queen and want a referendum to become a republic.
Noel Phillips, a correspondent for Good Morning Britain, believes that as soon as William and Kate return, Jamaica will “begin the process of removing the Queen as Head of State.”
“The people of the country will vote on whether they want to leave or not,” he said.
“Because Prime Minister Andrew Holness has a large majority, he is not required to go to the people.”
She called the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s royal tour a “utter failure” and “tone-deaf.”
Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu also took to Twitter to criticise the monarchy during the current trip.
“Once the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge depart, the Jamaican government will begin the process of removing the Queen as Head of State.”
“#RoyalTourCaribbean is a complete flop. The tide has shifted with the passage of time. This #PlatinumJubilee tour is deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafen
“The British Monarchy is about to face a reckoning.”
For the first time as a couple, William and Kate have visited the Caribbean.
Prince Harry was the last senior royal to visit the Bahamas, Jamaica, and Belize in 2012.