When we exclusively caught up with the Brit boy band yesterday at the W Westwood hotel where they were promoting their new line of Hasbro dolls and games, they said they feel bad for the naughty royal because he can't just let loose without the world watching.
Even so, Louis Tomlinson said, "I think he's actually such a strong figure, because he's real."
Zayn Malik acknowledged that a "downside" of being Prince Harry is having "to be aware of people's opinions."
Or as Liam Payne said, "Be a role model."
Niall Horan can't blame the fun-loving ginger for trying to have a good time.
"He's a 20-odd year-old guy doing what he wants," he said.
But he's not just any ol' chap. "A lot of people would have gone away on holiday and whatever, it doesn't matter for them. For him—it matters," Payne said.
Much more innocent fun are the new 1D dolls and trivia games.
Hasbro has already released a line of 12-inch dolls of the boys and a trivia game about them called Girl Talks.
"It's just so surreal to see yourself in a plastic box," Harry Styles said, adding, "When we first got to see them, it was so like it was great for us [but] it was a bit strange."
More One Direction products will be released in November.