Prince Harry was spotted doing a celebratory dance alongside wife Meghan Markle when the Vancouver Canucks scored against the San Jose Sharks at their hockey game Monday night.
In a clip the Canadian team shared on Twitter Tuesday, the Duke of Sussex was seen shimmying and pumping his fists in the air as Simple Minds’ “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” played over the loudspeaker at Rogers Arena.
Meanwhile, Markle clapped above her head and cheered loudly for the Canucks.
The last time the royal couple was seen publicly busting dance moves was at Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” tour show in Los Angeles in September.
Although the Duchess of Sussex is originally from LA and now lives in Montecito, Calif., with Harry and their two children, she had spent a lot of time in Canada in the past when her show “Suits” filmed in Toronto for nine seasons.
The couple also spent time living in a $14 million mansion in Vancouver when they plotted Megxit in 2020.
Harry, 39, was invited Monday night for the ceremonial puck drop at the start of the Canucks’ game versus the Sharks.
The “Spare“ author walked onto a black carpet on the ice wearing a navy blue sports jacket, a sweater, white undershirt, navy blue slacks and gray sneakers.
Team captains Quinn Hughes and Tomas Hertl then joined him on the ice for a ceremonial face-off.
After dropping the puck, Harry gestured as if he was wiping sweat off his forehead in relief and smiled.
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During the game, Markle, 42, appeared to be enjoying herself as well, dancing with her hands up in the air from her VIP box, according to a clip circulating on social media.
The Canucks ultimately beat the Sharks with a final score of 3 to 1.
The Sussexes are set to return to Vancouver in 2025 since Harry’s Invictus Games are scheduled to be held there that year.
“The Invictus Games Vancouver-Whistler 2025 will offer a global platform to expand the range and profile of winter adaptive sports,” the duke said in a statement on his foundation’s website.
“With deep respect, I’m also pleased to share that the Games in Canada will be held in partnership with the First Nations, in the spirit of truth and reconciliation with indigenous communities.”