Prince Harry sat down with Late Late show host James Corden for a special post-Megxit interview that was broadcast on YouTube.
The pair discussed the Duke’s new life in California, lockdown, baby Archie, and Corden even got the 36-year-old to showcase his military skills.
Most importantly, Harry discussed the fallout of his decision to step back from Royal life and "get his family out" of a "toxic" environment that was bad for their mental health.
Meghan Markle and the 34-year-old dropped the bombshell announcement in January 2020, but the Queen gave them a year-long hiatus to see if they could make their Royal duties work with normal life.
Ahead of the couple’s deadline, Buckingham Palace said Her Majesty had spoken with Harry and had come to conclusion that he, along with wife Meghan, would no longer serve the monarchy.
In turn, Harry was forced to give up his prestigious patronages and duties, including his much-loved role as the Captain General of The Royal Marines.
Corden’s interview with Prince Harry, which was filmed prior to the announcement, touched on the topic, and the Duke claimed he would always live a life of service regardless of his official role.
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The Duke of Sussex did poke fun at his former royal life however, and made a few jokes at the way the monarchy is run, and what it's like to be a royal.
As Prince Harry joined James Cordon on a tourist bus, the chat show host told the Duke to pay the driver, to which Harry replied: "You know us Royals don't carry cash!"
Once the pair got going, Harry revealed that it was the first time in his life that he'd been on a tourist open-top bus as he "wasn't really allowed to".
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Speaking on the restrictions of royal life, Harry said: "You’re not really allowed to go on them, I always saw them in London, I always saw them touring because when you live in an area you never actually go sightseeing.
“I’ve always wanted to go sightseeing, this is the first chance I’ve had to see L.A."
Cordon then wheels out a "little slice of home" for Duke, including scones, jam, tea, and a blue and white china set before suggesting Harry and Meghan get an L.A. base.
During a call with Meghan, Cordon says Prince Harry "feels at home" in the Fresh Prince of Bel Air house, and tells her the couple should move there.
In response, Meghan says: "Well, I think we've done enough moving!"
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