LONDON (AP) -- Prince Harry sang and joked with Lin-Manuel Miranda on the stage of "Hamilton," after he and his wife Meghan joined audiences for a gala charity performance of the smash-hit musical in London's West End.
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The royal couple sat in the royal circle at Victoria Palace during the performance, and afterward they joined Miranda, the show's creator, on stage with the cast.
Harry briefly sang a line by the role of his sixth great-grandfather King George III, to loud cheers and applause from the cast and audience.
Miranda added it was "fun and surreal" to have Harry there because "you don't often get a direct descendent" of the characters to watch the show.
The royal couple hosted Wednesday's gala performance to raise money for Harry's charity Sentebale.