Lady Gaga Meets Prince Harry at Charity Concert—and Of Course She Rocks This Plunging Dress

Singer was performing in support of WellChild

By Alyssa Toomey Jun 08, 2015 9:51 PMTags
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While some may feel uncomfortable meeting a royal in a rather revealing dress, it's just another Monday for pop star Lady Gaga

The 29-year-old Mother Monster met Prince Harry today, ahead of her performance with singing partner Tony Bennett at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England. The two, along with Bennett, appeared delighted as they posed for pics at the charity concert, which benefitted WellChild, a national organization for sick children that the 30-year-old royal has served as the patron of since 2007. 

Gaga looked absolutely gorgeous in bell-sleeved sequin gown that showed off her killer cleavage. She teamed her ensemble with diamonte eyebrows, open-toe sandals and diamond drop earrings while wearing her platinum blond locks swept up into an elegant 'do. 

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According to reports, Prince Harry charmed the pop princess ahead of the concert, who declared that the fifth in line to the throne is "fantastic." 

"We are so happy to be here tonight and be of any help," the singer told Prince William's younger brother. "We think you are fantastic. And thank you for bringing it here so we can support you."

Bennett also told the prince that he was close friends with his late mother, Princess Diana. "Your mum was a good friend of mine. I did many benefits with her," he said, to which Harry replied, "That's fantastic." 

WellChild has also been tweeting throughout the concert, giving Little Monsters an update on the singer's performance with her 88-year-old jazz partner. 

The concert reportedly raised more than £100,000 ($153,435) for WellChild. 

"WellChild is thrilled that Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett are supporting WellChild through this concert," the charity's chief executive Colin Dyer said in a statement. "The proceeds will be a massive boost to our work to support seriously ill children and their families across the UK."

Meanwhile, Gaga and Bennett are currently touring in support their Grammy-winning album Cheek to Cheek. The two are expected to perform another (sold out!) show at the Royal Albert Concert Hall tomorrow following by a show in the Bahamas on Saturday.