Prince Harry Cusses, Mud Crawls On 'The Late Late Show With James Corden'

Prince Harry’s interview on James Corden’s show did not disappoint. From how UK tabloids ruined his mental health to his dream casting for “The Crown,” his first TV interview since it was confirmed he and wife Meghan Markle wouldn’t return to royal duties was chock full of updates on his Highness’s life. Watch the video above to see how Prince Harry and James Corden spent an afternoon in Los Angeles. 

In between spilling tea (Literally. While sitting up top, on a double-decker bus), visiting a sitcom-famous home with a royal connection, and exchanging playful banter ― as Brits love to do ― the duo enlisted themselves in an army-inspired obstacle course.

Of course, Corden was joking throughout the physically intense segment — but not before including a shout-out to several of his “Carpool Karaoke” friends, Canadian media personality Lainey Lui noted in a review

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