Prince Harry shows off cheeky sense of humor in new short film with awkward flirty joke

Prince Harry's sense of humor was out loud and proud as the royal inserted a little comic relief into his latest film about mental health

 Prince Harry's sense of humor: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex along with Jon Bon Jovi and members of the Invictus Games Choir recreates the iconic Beatles Abbey Road album cover photograph on the zebra crossing outside the Abbey Road Studios where the Invictus Games Choir are recording a special single in aid of the Invictus Games Foundation on February 28, 2020 in London, England.
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Prince Harry shows off his cheeky sense of humor in an all new short film, made in collaboration with BetterUp - a tech company focused on mental fitness.

Prince Harry admits he's 'thriving' as he stars in short film about 'mental fitness, but  even without saying so - the royal's cheery attitude and demeanor speaks volumes.

The video comes from BetterUp, the mental fitness app that Prince Harry works for, and features the Duke of Sussex chatting with three individuals about how they maintain their mental fitness. One chat, with psychologist Adam Grant, stands out especially as it sees a side of Prince Harry that we rarely got to see when he was a working royal. That side being, Prince Harry's sense of humor - and a very cute laugh too.

Discussing mental fitness, the Prince asks Adam, "What goes into your own proactive practices?"

Adam answers, "non-negotiable work out time, six days a week." 

Clearly surprised, the Prince says, "six days a week?!" adding, with a flirty look, "I can tell."

After this moment, Adam bursts out laughing and says,"I'm not sure how to respond to that."

Prince Harry responds, "Don't worry," through really cute, goofy, high-pitched belly laughs that show how relaxed and content he is in his life after stepping down as a working royal.

Having japes is certainly in the genes and Prince Harry's sense of humor is a sign that the apple didn't fall far from the tree. You needn't look any further than Harry's grandmother, the Queen's royal sense of humor. Examples include that one time Her Majesty the Queen 'slapped' Royal Family member 'across the face' and when the Queen pranked a group of tourists during a day out on the beach.

Aoife Hanna
Junior News Editor

Aoife is an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.

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