Video of Prince William singing with Bon Jovi has resurfaced and it's glorious
The Duke of Cambridge still has what it takes to fascinate the internet. Recently, a clip of him performing with pop stars Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift has resurfaced online, and it's certainly a trip down memory lane.
Back in 2013, Prince William, 36, teamed up with Bon Jovi and Swift. The trio performed "Livin' On A Prayer" at the Winter Whites Gala charity ball at Kensington Palace.
"He's got the (slightly nervous) voice of an angel at the Winter Whites Gala charity ball at Kensington Palace but we reckon a few butterflies are understandable!" The Royal Family Channel wrote on YouTube.
In the viral video, Bon Jovi can be seen taking the low notes and playing the guitar.
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While Swift was going for the big karaoke top line, the prince went for a well-executed mid-range harmony.
The crowd erupted in applause and cheering after their incredible performance.
Posted on November 27, 2013, the video has already been viewed over two million times. A lot of royal fans also added their thoughts via comments.
One user wrote: "Oh my Prince William is going to be the coolest king ever, he's already the coolest royal alongside his wife and brother Harry!!!"
"Prince William there, being a gentleman, holding [Taylor] hand up and down the stairs. I'm sure he didn't care if she high fived him first or if she was dancing around, they all had fun you can tell. Haters gonna hate," added another.
"Prince William singing Livin' on a Prayer... AMAZING!" commented another user.
William, who has been second in the line of succession to the British throne after his father Charles, Prince of Wales, hosted the event to raise money for homeless charity Centrepoint.
This isn't the first time that the future king has taken the internet by storm.
Last year, William was filmed galloping like a horse during the Royal Variety Performance which quickly went viral.