Prince Harry Charmed the World Again By Singing 2 Words Onstage

Wendell Pierce and Meghan Markle

Wendell Pierce and Meghan Markle

Kensington Palace announced Wednesday that the Givenchy bateau-neckline wedding dress worn by Meghan Markle for her May 19 wedding to Prince Harry will go on public display at Windsor Castle later this year. I wanted her to feel absolutely incredible in the dress and, also, I wanted her to feel like it was absolutely right for the occasion.

Harry's musical debut was quite brief - he literally only sang the first two words, "You say" - but the performance still stole the show and caused the audience to burst into applause.

He told them: "I don't know how you guys do it every single night, over and over again".

The Duchess of Sussex has taken part in a major new documentary series for the first time since becoming a royal.

Meghan Markle's on-screen father Wendell Pierce shared a special moment with the American actress before she became Britain's Duchess of Sussex.

"Hamilton's" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda just happened to be present as well, and he joined in the enthusiasm for the prince's performance.

The Duke of Sussex joked about playing his ancestor King George III within the hit play, which mocks the British monarchy right by the founding of as much as the moment-day America.

Speaking about the character of the king, Miranda said he envisioned it during his honeymoon then quipped: "Smash cut to 2018 I'm sitting next to his sixth great-grandson".

Those interested in seeing Meghan Markle's stunning gown and tiara and Prince Harry's dashing uniform will now get their chance as Windsor Castle is hosting an exhibit dedicated to couple's May nuptials.

Harry, Meghan and Lin-Manuel were guests of honour of the special show.

Almost £300,000 was said to have been raised through ticket sales and donations for the charity that works to improve prospects for children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.

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