Cape Town – Prince Harry had a royal good time with Coldplay as they performed at Kensington Palace on Tuesday night.
The band performed in aid of Prince Harry’s charity Sentebale. The charity is an initiative set up by the British royal to support orphans and vulnerable children in Lesotho.
Coldplay headlined the concert and were joined by a choir of young children from Lesotho.
As they closed with their final song, Prince Harry got up on stage to give praise to Coldplay and the choir for their outstanding performance.
Harry told the audience: “Thank you for standing out in the rain, thank you to the choir that has come all the way from Lesotho. Please drive home safely and carry the work of Sentebale.
“And thank you to Coldplay - thank you so much, you've rocked the palace, you've rocked the palace!”
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