Last month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a taping of the 2017 Royal Variety Performance, put on each year to raise money for those in the entertainment industry who are sick, elderly or impoverished.
The evening's host, Miranda Hart, was hoping to get Prince William to participate in her skits. After they performed"It's a Hard-Knock Life" from "Annie," Hart convinced the cast to ask a certain someone from the audience to "gallop." (the British comedian is famous for her "galloping" skit).
On cue, one of the orphans -- with a voice reminiscent of the kids from "Love Actually" -- asked Prince William if he would gallop for them.
William was seen laughing from the royal box before reluctantly getting up and galloping in place like a good sport.
"I did apologise to him at the end and he said he'd practice his galloping," Hart said after the show, according to the Telegraph. "I thought he was wonderful in joining in. I forgot to get him to knight me with a lightsaber but maybe another time."
Watch the clip below: