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Jamaica

Over the course of her reign, The Queen has visited Jamaica six times to date, touring the island extensively.

Jamaica is a constitutional monarchy with The Queen as Sovereign.

As a constitutional monarch, The Queen abides by the decisions of the Jamaican Government, but she continues to play important ceremonial and symbolic roles.

In all her duties, The Queen acts as Queen of Jamaica, quite distinctive from her role in the United Kingdom or any of her other realms.

Over the course of her reign, The Queen has visited Jamaica six times to date, touring the island extensively.

Find out more about The Queen of Jamaica and the Jamaican monarchy in this section.

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