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Prince Harry is a multi-talented individual.

Not only that, but he seems to have an encyclopedic knowledge of the classic musical The Sound Of Music, as he showed off in front of a bunch of young Canadians in London.


Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, stopped by Canada House in London so that the Canadians living there could show them how to make maple taffy using syrup cooled on snow.

As the couple were getting ready to take their leave, the young Canadians lined up at the top of the staircase to wish him goodbye.

Does that sound familiar?

The Sound of Music - So Long, Farewell (The von Trapp children) www.youtube.com

Obliging to the moment, Harry broke out into a chorus of "So Long, Farewell" while his wife looked on and laughed.

According to his wife, breaking into song is somewhat of a pastime of Harry's.






Back in August, at a special performance of the musical Hamilton on the West End for the charity Sentebale, Harry was brought up to speak on stage at the theater.

However, before beginning his speech, he sang two notes from the song "You'll Be Back," sung by the character King George III — Harry's great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather — causing the audience and cast to applaud wildly.










The Duke of Sussex, now that he's let on his talents a bit, should be prepared for us to be breathing down his neck, hoping for more.

What's next? He's clearly a musical fan, so, now that we've knocked The Sound Of Music and Hamilton off the list...

... perhaps we should hear him sing some Wicked?



We hope to see more of Harry showing off more of his musical theater chops in the future! Perhaps it's time to brush up on your own!

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