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Prince Harry's photos of him wearing a uniform sets hearts racing online. Pictured: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and attends a Commonwealth Day Youth Event at Canada House with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex on March 11, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Prince Harry may not have lost his heartthrob status even after marrying Meghan Markle as he set hearts racing when he wore a military uniform for the Mountbatten Festival of Music.

On Saturday, Prince Harry, who serves as the captain general of the Royal Marines, looked gorgeous in his best marine dress when he watched bands from the unit deliver amazing performances at the Royal Albert Hall. The Duke of Sussex was the guest of honor at the event, which saw Marine bands perform a wide range of songs, including hits by Take That and songs from "The Greatest Showman."

The two-hour musical extravaganza, which also marked the 75th anniversary of D-Day, aimed to raise money for The Royal Marines Charity and CLIC Sargent, according to Kensington Palace. More than 200 musicians performed during the concert.

During the event, the Duke of Sussex was spotted rising to his feet to join in a powerful rendition of "God Save the Queen." Prince Harry's attendance at the music festival was somewhat of a surprise appearance as Kensington Palace only announced that he would be gracing the event hours before it started.

However, most of the attention seemed to be on the handsome prince rather than the performers. It's rare to see Prince Harry dressed in uniform instead of a suit nowadays, so photos of the duke in his navy outfit had people talking.

"I love a man in uniform. He looks like a prince from a fairytale," one fan commented on his photos.

"The Duke of Sussex looks amazing in his uniform," another royal fan wrote on Twitter.

This latest sighting comes just a few days after Prince Harry attended the Veterans’ Mental Health Conference organized by the King’s Centre for Military Health Research at King’s College London, People reported. He joined discussions on the best ways to support veterans with mental health practitioners and researchers.

For the event, the Duke of Sussex looked dapper in a sharp blue suit and coordinating tie.

His wife Meghan, meanwhile, has already slowed down on royal duties as she is set to give birth to their first child in April.