Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been one of the most talked about couples of the year. The royals have been on the cover of every newspaper and magazine across the globe. Their wedding was watched by billions and their public engagements draw thousands to the streets.

 

This summer, the beloved duo took some time away from the spotlight, along with the rest of the royal family. During the month of August, Queen Elizabeth and co. tend to take a step back from their duties.

 

 

We must admit we missed seeing the newlyweds, but fear not, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their welcome return to the spotlight at a charity event.

 

Harry and Meghan attended a gala performance of Hamilton last night. The special event was held to raise awareness and funds for children’s charity Sentebale.

 

Prince Harry established the children’s charity alongside Prince Seeiso. The charity gives hope and works with children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.

 

After the show, Prince Harry took to the stage with the cast of Hamilton and the creator of the musical Lin-Manuel Miranda.

 

 

The Duke delivered an impassioned speech about how the money they raised will help ill children, but before doing so he broke into song.

 

The audience cheered as Harry briefly sang  a snippet of You’ll Be Back from the musical.

 

 

It’s evident that the prince is a huge fan of the show. Meghan even told one of the cast members that Harry never stops singing the songs from the popular musical.

 

Maybe the Duke of Sussex could have a future in musical theatre? Who knows.

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