As if the polo stick slinger and Meghan Markle attending a performance at Hamilton at London's Victoria Palace Theatre weren't special enough, Prince Harry hopped onstage to treat audiences to his singing voice. And if you, a red-blooded American patriot, still haven't even won the Hamilton lottery here in the states, well, now you get what that whole revolution business was about in the first place.
Hamilton tells the story of U.S. founding father Alexander Hamilton, and features King George III in a scene-stealing comic role - peacocking around the stage as he expresses disbelief and frustration at America's battle for independence. After the show he got on stage and burst into song, mimicking one of the tunes sung by his ancestor, with the words "you say".
Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda also proved a star turn as he told the audience that he came up with idea of putting King George in his show while he was on honeymoon.
While Harry color-coordinated his suit with Meghan's outfit as he wore a dapper black blazer, trousers with white shirt.
And while all eyes were on the royal couple, Harry made a very confident move of his own when he joined the cast on stage following the show - breaking into song on the microphone!
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Former actress Meghan was wearing a short £450 ( about R8 488) tuxedo dress by Canadian label Judith & Charles, with a pair of Paul Andrew stilettos.
The couple attended the event to raise funds for a charity that works on issues affecting children and young people with HIV in southern Africa.
It is the third time she has seen the award-winning production. "Ladies and gentlemen, the Duke of Sussex".
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.