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Prince Harry makes a surprise appearance at the Grammys – but it’s not what you think

Numerous well-known people dressed up and made their way to the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday night.

Major figures in the music industry, including Beyonce, Adele, Harry Styles, and Taylor Swift, descended upon Los Angeles for the ceremony. Even Prince Harry received a spotlight moment, though it might not have been the one he had hoped for.


Prince Harry ventured to the North Pole in 2011
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The show’s host was the comedian Trevor Noah, who couldn’t help but make fun of Prince Harry in the wake of his frank autobiography Spare.

Following a quick promotional tour by the Prince, Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have been keeping a low profile recently. But as Trevor showed on Sunday, his book is still a hot topic of conversation.

The host cracked a witty remark as he welcomed James Corden to the stage to present an award.

He stated: “The Late Late Show is hosted by 12-time Emmy winner James Corden. He also serves as living proof that a man can relocate from London to Los Angeles without disclosing the existence of his frost-bitten penis.”


Prince William on his wedding day with Harry
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Social media was quickly used by viewers to comment. One jokingly said, “I bet Harry wasn’t expecting THAT.” “Oh dear! Harry’s week has not been good “added another. Another person commented that Harry had prepared himself to be comic material.

Some people believed that Prince would take the joke seriously. “Harry would have laughed at it, I have no doubt. He is funny. He is funny.”

When Harry in Spare described his frostbite injury in such detail, it undoubtedly raised some questions.

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It followed his 200-mile Walking with the Wounded expedition in March 2011, during which he set out on a journey to the North Pole with the help of four former service members.

He stated that the frostbite affected his cheeks, ears, and genitalia, and that it had already begun to affect him at the time of William and Kate’s wedding in April 2011.


King Charles III’s coronation takes place at Westminster Abbey on 6 May
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While Harry’s ears and cheeks quickly recovered, his ‘todger’ injuries were still bothering him when he went to his brother’s wedding, he wrote.

He added that a friend had advised him to use Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour cream, a favorite of his late mother, Princess Diana.

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