Well, would ya look at that?
Prince Harry unveiled a plaque near Westminster Abbey earlier today, which commemorated the royal wedding of his brother Prince William and Kate Middleton, during the 60th anniversary celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation.
And seeing how the young royal served as Will's best man, it only seemed fitting for Harry to do the honors.
The black and silver panel illustrated a scene from the royal couple's wedding, and it clearly caught the attention of Harry, who was photographed taking a closer look at the piece.
As usual, Prince Harry—who looked dapper as always in a navy blue suit—drew a crowd as he hit the streets of London, and was even reportedly gifted a glass coronation goblet from 1953 (the year his grandmother took the throne) by a young girl.
He then sat alongside William and Kate during the ceremony, before telling those involved with the anniversary celebration preparations, "Well done, you guys, for making it happen."