Duke of Sussex joins Hamilton cast and teases song on stage

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   FEARS The royal tour of Australia and New Zealand will be a major'litmus test for Meghan

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The Duchess is set to touch on her new role with Prince Harry, following his appointment by Her Majesty as the Commonwealth Youth Ambassador previous year, with the Duke of Sussex also being featured in the two-part series.

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.

The hip-hop biography of United States founding father Alexander Hamilton pokes fun at the British monarchy and features King George III as a main character. After the show he got on stage and burst into song, mimicking one of the tunes sung by his ancestor, with the words "you say".

Reportedly styled for her by her BFF Jessica Mulroney, Meghan's black tuxedo dress is from Canadian brand Judith and Charles and costs 550 Canadian Dollars, the equivalent of around £330 which is relatively cheap by royal standards.

Meghan Markle has been interviewed as part of a new documentary and this marks her first sit-down, TV interview as a member of the royals.

She took to Twitter to poke fun at herself, sharing the clip and writing: "Last night was epic."watch the lady behind Prince Harry" that was me".

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Miranda, joined by Harry on stage after the performance, told the audience he envisioned the character during his honeymoon, adding: "Smash cut to 2018 I'm sitting next to his sixth-great grandson".

It was so engaging, every moment of it.

After jokingly singing some of the lyrics from the show, Harry thanked Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast and crew for the charity performance.

Harry said: "That was absolutely incredible".

The Duke of Sussex attended a show at London's West End during a special performance to raise money for his HIV charity Sentebale.

The event raised £300,000, which will be used to improve the lives of children affected by HIV in Africa.

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