Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex stole the show in London’s West End after bursting into song at the hit US hip-hop musical “Hamilton.”
The Duke of Sussex gave those in the theater something to remember Wednesday night after breaking into song at the end of a charity performance of the show, treating the cast to a song sung by the George III character — Harry’s sixth-great-grandfather.
On stage with the forged, Harry stone-broke into mock-song, popping out with “You say …” before cutting himself amid cheers and laughter from the forged and audience.
The show was control to lift cash for the Duke’s HIV charity, Sentebale.
He watched the assembly aboard his better half, Meghan, noblewoman of geographical area, and also the show’s creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Ahead of the show, Miranda had commented it might be “fun and surreal” to examine the royal couple watch the performance of King King of Great Britain.
Joining Harry on stage later, Miranda said: “Smash move 2018 I’m sitting next to his sixth-great grandchild. women and gentlemen, the Duke of geographical area,” the united kingdom news organization reportable.
People reported the pair attended a special West End performance of Hamilton in support of Sentebale, the charity founded by Prince Harry. But apparently it was a repeat: “We saw it back in January, February and thought it was incredible,” said Meghan. “Harry loved it, it was the first time he saw it, and now he can’t stop singing the songs!”
He proceeded to lightly tease the audience with the very beginning of the number “You’ll Be Back,” sung by his ancestor King George to the departing American colonies. My theory is that he sings this to the television every night as they watch the news from America and it drives Meghan up the wall.