KATE and Wills laughed with joy as they were lured into a “Cool Runnings” bobsled.
The sled was the one used to run during the Winter Olympics in Beijing by the Jamaican team, which had practiced during the lockdown by pushing a minicar.
William was surprised at how fast the bobsled sled drove and said, “Ninety-five mph? Really?”
Chris Stokes, who participated in the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, which became famous in the movie Cool Runnings, said: “I had the honor of being introduced to the Duke and Duchess. It’s great they came.”
Kate, who wore a dress in the colors of the Jamaican flag, received a pop star welcome and played bongo at the Trench Town Culture Yard Museum, where reggae star Bob Marley lived and wrote the hit No Woman No Cry.
William later slipped on a number ten west and had a kickabout with English ace Raheem Sterling and Villa striker Leon Bailey.
Sterling had been given special permission by England boss Gareth Southgate to join the royals in Jamaica ahead of Saturday’s international match against Switzerland.
A noisy crowd rattled with fences as the Duke swapped passes with the Manchester City star.
William had forgotten to bring teachers and went and asked a helper if anyone had any.
“I do not suppose you have any coaches?” Said another helper to a man standing close by.
But the Duke continued regardless and caused cheers from the crowd as he assisted Sterling to a winner in a 1-0 nail-biter.
The royal couple had been greeted in Jamaica by ex-Miss World and politician Lisa Hanna, 46, and welcomed to the governor’s home.