Rita Ora turned on the glamor for a night celebrating the work of the charitable organization of the Duke of Sussex, which supports children living with AIDS.
In a typical minidress, the singer of Let You Love Me met Harry before performing on a rainy Hampton Court for a charity concert for the duke's Sentebale charity.
The Duke and the singer hugged each other when they were introduced to the famous house of King Henry VIII, where Entertainers from the entire Commonwealth appeared in the open air.
Ora said after their meeting, "I'm so excited, a little rain does not really hurt anyone. I'm just glad to be here and to be able to promote and try so much awareness and money for such a great cause. "
She met Harry for the first time at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards in 2016 and said, "It's so beautiful how many people he probably meets to remember."
The actress, who joined her psychiatrist mother Vera Sahatciu, said she told the Duke she was "very grateful" to be asked to perform at the event.
Other appearances included INALA, a Zulu ballet by award-winning choreographer Mark Baldwin with the Soweto Gospel Choir, and Morena Leraba, a Lesotho musician and shepherd who combines traditional Famo music with western influences from rock to reggae.
The choir B Positive, who was Britain's Got Talent finalist in 2018, also entertained the audience with 3,000 spectators, and two of Sentebale's Let Youth Lead advocates from Lesotho and Botswana, Rethabile Sereba and Sekgabo Seselamarumo, also took to the stage.
The concert raised awareness and funds for Sentebale, the charity founded by Duke and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, to help children and adolescents living with HIV and AIDS in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi – countries where the virus continues to thrive represents the most common cause of death.
Harry spoke at the beginning of the concert and joked with the audience: "I will not take too much time, I realize that you are all here to see Rita Ora, not me."
After a group had loudly cheered, he joked: "Especially you at the front."
Harry thanked the viewers for collecting money for Sentebale by buying tickets for the concert, the ability to have a tremendous amount of fun while knowing that you are changing many lives in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi at the same time to have. "
He continued, "A conversation about HIV is still surrounded by stigma, and stigmatization lives on silence. We are here tonight and we at Sentebale hope to enable the next generation to end this stigma. "