Prince Harry, who decamped from England to Southern California final 12 months, rapped the theme tune to the Nineteen Nineties sitcom The Contemporary Prince of Bel-Air throughout a late-night discuss present interview through which he mentioned he didn’t stroll away from his royal duties.
Throughout an look on the CBS tv community’s The Late, Late Present with James Corden that aired early Friday, Harry mentioned he determined to step away from his work as a front-line member of the royal household to guard his spouse and son and his psychological well being.
“It was stepping again reasonably than stepping down,” he advised Corden. “It was a extremely tough surroundings, which I believe lots of people noticed, so I did what any father or husband would do and thought, How do I get my household out of right here?’ However we by no means walked away, and so far as I’m involved, no matter selections are made on that aspect, I’ll by no means stroll away.”
The looks marked Harry’s first interview since his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, stripped the prince and his spouse, the previous actress Meghan Markle, of their remaining royal duties earlier this month.
Corden’s coup trumped Oprah Winfrey, whose interview with the couple is scheduled to air March 7.
Through the section, Corden and the prince tour Southern California on an open-top bus, at one level arriving exterior the mansion the place the opening sequence of Will Smith’s Contemporary Prince was filmed.
“If it was adequate for the Contemporary Prince, it’s adequate for an actual prince,” Corden says, strolling up the drive. “Do you bear in mind the tune?” “Now that is the story, all about how, my life acquired flipped, turned the wrong way up, now take a minute,” Harry raps earlier than turning to Corden for assist.
“And sit proper there, I’ll inform you how I turned the prince of city referred to as…,” Corden chimes in.
“Bel -ir,” Harry finishes off the tune.
The royal couple truly stay north of Bel-Air in Santa Barbara County.