Watch: Prince Harry Makes Non-Royal Debut on 'James Corden'

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James Corden and Prince Harry enjoy afternoon tea on an open-top bus in Los Angeles.
James Corden and Prince Harry enjoy afternoon tea on an open-top bus in Los Angeles. (YouTube/ The Late Late Show With James Corden)

It's been a weird year for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. First, they stunned Great Britain by "stepping back" as senior members of the Royal Family. Then Harry's grandma, Queen Elizabeth II, subsequently chucked a massive proverbial middle finger in their direction. Harry and Meghan have since moved from England to Canada, Canada to California, and announced both a new baby and a controversial deal with Netflix.

Last night—before Meghan and Harry's much-anticipated Oprah interview hits CBS in March—Harry went a'roamin' around Los Angeles with his pal James Corden on the Late Late Show. (Remember that time Corden was invited to the star-studded royal wedding? Yeah—he and Harry go way back.)

In the 17-minute segment, Harry experiences his first open-top bus, uses the facilities at the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mansion, talks some smack about the British press (naturally), admits to watching The Crown, Facetimes Meghan, and even completes a military assault course without getting his T-shirt muddy.

You can watch Harry (or "Haz," as his wife calls him) spill the tea both figuratively and literally in full below.

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