Meghan Markle is no longer the only American who has captivated Prince Charles’ heart.

According to multiple sources, the 69-year-old Duke of Cornwall just tapped Meredith McCrindle, a Texan native, as his resident harpist at the Dumfries House in Ayrshire.

McCrindle was spotted at the Dumfries House after she enrolled at St. Andrew for her postgraduate degree. She recently opened up about her new job for Prince Charles.

“Music has always been my passion and to me, the harp is the ultimate instrument of musical expression. The highlight of any year is playing for His Royal Highness, especially for a girl from Texas, who dreamed of ballgowns and castles. It’s quite a big deal,” she said (via Express).

McCrindle released an album called “When Walls Speak” this month. The harpist also said that she has already been introduced to some people from the showbiz industry.

“It is my small contribution to the mission of Dumfries House. I had two film crews on me at one point. Rod Stewart was one of the celebrity guests. It was a star-studded affair I will remember forever,” she said.

In related news, Prince Charles also made headlines earlier this month after he was mentioned by Prince Harry during his trip to Dublin. While at a garden party with Meghan Markle, Prince Harry made a joke at his dad’s expense.

“As some of you may know, [the prime minister of Ireland] showed my father around his home city of Cork just a couple of weeks ago. So we are very grateful for you for joining us here this evening as well. And also very nice to know [Charles] didn’t bore you senseless,” Prince Harry said and the crowd broke out in laughter.

During his speech, the 33-year-old prince also mentioned his wife, as well as his country’s relationship with Ireland.

“We’re so pleased to be here, for our first official international visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many. As each other’s closest neighbors, the U.K. and Ireland’s relationship is unique; our shared history is long and complex,” he said.

Prince Charles Prince Charles has a new harpist in Dumfries House. Pictured: Prince Charles attends a reception to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force (RAF) at Buckingham Palace on July 10, in London, England. Photo: Getty Images/Chris J Ratcliffe - WPA Pool