Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can add a serenade to the list of gifts they received during their actual tour.
While Harry was addressing a line of fans who were hosting him and his pregnant wife Meghan in Melbourne, a choir was preparing to come close enough to perform "Stand By Me", the song of the couple's royal wedding.
In preparation for the moment, which was planned by Brendan Fevola of Fox FM, an Australian radio show, the choir took off their jackets and revealed white shirts with one of Harry and Meghan's engagement photos in a heart. Then, when they started singing the 1961 Ben E. King song, Harry realized and asked, "Who's singing?"
Once he saw the choir, he smiled, laughed and even danced for a few moments. Harry also placed his hand next to his ear, encouraging them to sing louder.
"Much better than the original," he joked, referring to the gospel choir, Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir, who sang the song for their wedding in May.
"We do not know how Fev managed to greet Meghan and Harry with a chorus singing their wedding song! THIS WAS INCREDIBLE !!" he tweeted the radio program.
Harry and Meghan arrived holding hands to meet thousands of people gathered in the gardens of the Royal Botanical Garden of the city on Thursday morning.
The crowd had a serious case of real fever waving at the couple, with a particular girl who broke down crying (very happy!) After Harry gave her a big hug.
"Prince Harry hugged me," said India Brown, 19, The Herald Sun. "I've loved that family since I was eight years old and I've followed them all over the world."
"I said, 'I know it's against the real protocol, but can I give myself a hug?", Brown said. "He hugged me and I burst into tears. He just said, "Oh, you're going to get me in trouble." "