Prince Harry wows crowds by singing at ‘Hamilton’ in London’s West End

As we used, Prince Harry stole the show again. It happened at US hip-hop musical “Hamilton,” in London’s West End. The charismatic prince put both the cast and the audience in laughter at a charity event.

Invited on the stage for a speech, Harry gave something to remember to all those presents in the hall.

Photo source: Dan Charity

On the show, held to raise money for Prince’s Harry HIV charity, Sentebale, the Duke was preparing for his speech. And to the surprise of the audience, he started off with “You say …,” part of a beautiful  mock-song. Then he quickly  cut himself to the delight of those who were present at this grandiose event.

Kensington Palace presented the adorable moment on Twitter!

Prince Harry was accompanied by his beautiful wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex. Alongside the royal couple was Lin-Manuel Miranda. the show’s creator. He declared that it would be “fun and surreal” to see Harry and Meghan watching together a performance of of King George III.

Photo source: Dan Charity

Another adorable moment was when Miranda joined the prince on the stage. He said: “Smash cut to 2018 I’m sitting next to his sixth-great grandson. Ladies and gentlemen, the Duke of Sussex.”

“Hamilton” is know as one of the most  popular musicals in London. It tell the story of Alexander Hamilton and his role in the American Revolutionary War.

In the video bellow you can watch Prince Harry’s representation!



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