Prince Harry spotted on an open top bus in LA with James Corden filming for mystery project

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Prince Harry has been spotted out and about in LA, but he’s not just running errands like the rest of us when we finally leave the house these days.

The flame-haired royal was actually seen on Friday on top of an open-air bus, filming with another British export.

None other than talk show host James Cordon.

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In snaps obtained by The Mirror the Duke of Sussex can be seen looking happy and relax while being interviewed by the former Gavin & Stacey star.

The pair were not wearing masks but were sat at a safe distance from each other in compliance with the local coronavirus restrictions.

We do not yet know if the duo were filming for James’ hit programme The Late Late Show, or instead as part of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s £100 million Netflix contract.

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James often films Carpool Karaoke with famous faces, and if this is a segment for that then we are very excited to hear Harry sing!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved across the pond last year and live in an £11.2 million mansion nestled in the Californian hills.

They live in Montecito, Santa Barbara, where Oprah Winfrey, Tom Cruise and Ellen DeGeneres, also own homes.

The brother of Prince William recently announced that his beloved Invictus Games was being postponed.

The Duke of Sussex revealed the news in a video shared to Twitter featuring other athletes.

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Speaking in turn the royal and other athlete explained: "We are Invictus.

"We have seen struggles, we felt loss and pain. We survived. And we will thrive.

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