How to watch Prince Harry and James Corden's interview in the UK

IT'S not everyday you see a member of the Royal Family riding around on an open top bus in downtown LA.

However, in February 2021 that exactly what Prince Harry did during his interview with James Corden for The Late Late Show.

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How do I watch Prince Harry and James Cordon's interview in the UK?

Prince Harry's interview with fellow Brit James Corden aired in the US last night (February 25, 2020).

In the UK you can watch the full 17 minute interview on YouTube right here.

You can also watch a snippet from it at the top of the article.

In our clip from the show, Harry FaceTime's his wife Meghan Markle

What were the main themes of Prince Harry and James Corden's interview

The Duke opened up on life after leaving the UK.

During a visit to the house that featured on 1990s sitcom The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, Harry rapped the famous Prince of Bel-Air theme song, which was originally performed by Will Smith.

James also tried to convince him to buy the sprawling mansion before Harry went inside to use the bathroom.

During a video call with Meghan where Corden asked if she wanted to buy the house, the Duchess quipped: "I think we've done enough moving".

Harry also revealed that The Crown gives a ‘rough idea’ of the pressures of royal life.

James also served Harry afternoon tea on an open top bus while pointing out celebrity homes, including what he claimed were those of Friends star David Schwimmer and Die Hard actor Bruce Willis.

What did Prince Harry say about his step back from the Royal Family?

During the interview Harry said he and Meghan "never walked away" from the royals – and he simply did "what any husband or father would do".

In the interview the Duke of Sussex said the couple's move to LA in 2020 with son Archie was about "stepping back rather than stepping down".

The chat was filmed just days after Harry and Meghan confirmed they had stepped down as senior royals, and will never return to their official duties.

But while the chat was filmed before the pair were stripped of their honorary titles, Harry insisted his life will "always be about public service" – and says his wife "signed up for that" too.

It suggests both knew they'd lose some of their patronages in advance.

The 36-year-old added that it was a "really difficult environment" and said of the press: "It's destroying my mental health".

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