The most eligible bachelors in royalty and pop met on the red carpet at the world premiere of the new film Dunkirk last night (14 July), as Harry Styles and Prince Harry looking delighted to be in each other's company.
Indeed, the meet-and-greet was (almost) too much for the internet to handle.
"Today was the first time Prince Harry has taken part in a State Visit, accompanying The King and Queen of Spain to @westminsterabbeylondon", the royal palace shared on Instagram.
"I'd do this one again but it may be one and done - I'd do this one again".
Dunkirk 's premiere took place in London's Leicester Square on Thursday evening and Christopher Nolan declared the movie to have "one of the greatest casts put together for any movie". For the occasion, the royal was joined by 96-year-old war veteran George Wagner. "I think it's a great character for him, and I think he did an incredible job". "It's a suspenseful race against time".
Newcomer Fionn Whitehead was his first choice to lead the film as a fresh-faced private. "Fionn stepped in the room and had this incredibly empathy/ He has the charisma and ability to draw audiences in".
Dunkirk also stars Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance and Cillian Murphy and concerns the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940, and is told from three perspectives - the land, sea and air.