Prince Harry set hearts racing as attended the Mountbatten Festival of Music tonight to watch bands from the Royal Marines deliver a stirring performance while raising money for the unit’s charity.
The Duke of Sussex, who serves as the Captain General of the Royal Marines, came in his best marine dress and rose to his feet to join in a powerful rendition of God Save the Queen at the event at the Royal Albert Hall.
Photos of Prince Harry in his navy outfit were shared on social media, with several fans expressing their admiration of the look.
The Prince’s appearance was somewhat of a surprise, with Kensington Palace only announcing his attendance hours before the event.
Prince Harry and the Commandant General of the Royal Marines, Major general Charles Stickland arriving at the Mountbatten Festival of Music
The Duke of Sussex rose to his feet and joined in with a stirring rendition of God Save the Queen
The Marine bands performed a range of different songs, playing versions of popular hits by Take That and the Greatest Showman, among other big-band anthems.
Prince Harry was the guest of honour at the two-hour musical extravaganza, which also marked the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
All proceeds from the event will go to The Royal Marines Charity and CLIC Sargent.
More than 200 musicians took to the stage to perform during the night.
Prince Harry was joined at the event by the Commandant General of the Royal Marines, Major general Charles Stickland.
However, all eyes seemed to be glued to the Duke of Sussex and his Marine dress.
One fan took to Twitter to write: ‘I love a man in uniform. He looks like a prince from a fairytale.’
The Marine bands performed a range of different songs, playing versions of popular hits by Take That and the Greatest Showman among other anthems
Money from the two-hour musical extravaganza was donated to the Royal Marines charity
Another commented: ‘The Duke of Sussex looks amazing in his uniform.’
While a third simply said: ‘Duke of hotness.’
Prince Harry’s appearance comes just two days after he attended an event in London about mental health.
The Duke of Sussex appeared in excellent spirits as he arrived for the event, smiling broadly.
The royal sspoke of the need for a ‘multi agency approach’ to address mental health issues across Britain while speaking to a group of academics the conference, which is aimed at addressing mental health problems among veterans.