The Internet Just Remembered That Prince Harry Is Kinda Hot, Thanks to His 'Late Late Show' Appearance

I, for one, never forgot. Forgive me, Meghan.

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Maybe it's the new year, maybe it's quarantine, but either way, the Internet has spoken: Prince Harry is a certified hottie.

The Duke of Sussex made a surprise guest appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night, where he opened up about his new life in California with his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and young son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor. The prince's revealing interview had viewers talking on Twitter, but fans were especially thirsty over the tail end of his 17-minute segment.

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To conclude Harry's unofficial tour of Los Angeles, Corden took the royal to the local Spartan Race obstacle course, where the two friends partook in a military-inspired competitive race to show off their sportsmanship and agility.

To quote our early-aughts pop queen Fergie, Harry has clearly been working on his fitness—because he executed the course effortlessly. (He served in the British army for 10 years, after all.) He climbed a rope, crawled through mud, and more, all while clad in a sporty ensemble that included a classic gray crewneck T-shirt, black jogger-style sweatpants (cue the curious eyes emoji!), tennis shoes, and a matching baseball cap.

Keywords like hot, kinda fine, and even British zaddy began to trend alongside the prince's name (with a slew of hot and bothered GIF selections) on Twitter early this morning as royal fans and regular folks alike shared their sentiments regarding Harry's impressive strength.

Here, we round up the best Twitter reactions to Harry's late-night appearance. Happy thirsting.

Bianca Betancourt

Bianca Betancourt is the Culture Editor at where she covers all things film, TV, music, and of course, Royal Family ongoings. When she's not writing she loves impulsively baking a batch of cookies, re-listening to the same early 2000s pop playlist and stalking Mariah Carey's Twitter feed.