Prince Harry returned to London following his honeymoon with Meghan Markle Thursday (June 8) to attend a charity event held at Kensington Palace.
The newlywed joined British comedian David Walliams as the guest of honour at a gala dinner for OnSide Youth Zones, an organization that provides leisure activities for young people aged between eight and 19 years old.
Harry turned up for the fundraiser in a tuxedo and bow tie and was spotted wearing his platinum wedding band. He mingled with guests, talked to young people involved with the charity, and made a speech, which OnSide described as “truly inspiring.”
Later in the evening guests were entertained by a performance from ’80s singer-turned-internet meme Rick Astley.
Meghan did not attend the event, but she will join the royals on Saturday (June 9) for the Trooping The Colour ceremony, which takes place at Buckingham Palace.
It was also announced earlier this week that the Duchess of Sussex will travel with the Queen to Cheshire for their first joint engagement.
Details regarding Harry and Meghan’s honeymoon have been kept closely guarded, but rumours suggest the royal couple spent a few days in Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, Canada, before flying to Ireland to visit Ashford Castle.