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Watch Prince Harry Sing Happy Birthday to One Lucky Member of the Crowd

Meghan even joined in the celebrations a bit later on.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had a busy morning in Birkenhead, but that didn't stop the Duke of Sussex from engaging in a little celebration with the crowd. While on a walkabout in Hamilton Square, Harry stopped to help sing nine-year-old Megan O'Carroll a happy birthday.

Watch his performance right here:

Of course, this isn't the first time we've heard Prince Harry sing publicly. Last year, he got onstage at Hamilton, and sang a few notes of King George III's song, "You'll Be Back."

Watch that performance here:

While Meghan wasn't there for the song this morning, she did stop by to say hello to the birthday girl.

“I missed a happy birthday that was happening here!" she said coming over to the group, wishing Megan a special day. The young girl was there alongside a friend named Harry, who amused the Duchess quite a bit.

"Oh my gosh, really? Megan and Harry? That's really sweet. That's so nice!" she said. Before complimenting another fan on their sign.

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"We made sure to spell your name correctly," the well-wisher said. "I do appreciate that," Meghan laughed, before heading down the line and saying, "Thank you guys so much for waiting out in the cold."

While on today's visit, Harry and Meghan stopped by a number of organizations including Tomorrow’s Women, an organization which supports women in vulnerable circumstances. They also unveiled a plaque at a new sculpture marking the 100th anniversary of war poet Wilfred Owen’s death, and visited the supermarket Number 7, which helps less fortunate families. Later today, they'll go on to The Hive, a local community center for young people.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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