Harry featured in a star-studded line-up for the Global Citizen's Vax Live event on Sunday. The 36-year-old delivered a rousing speech to an animated crowd of vaccinated guests and made a plea for COVID-19 jabs to be "distributed to everyone everywhere". The Duke, who is chairman of the event, was introduced with his name lit up in neon lights and was given a standing ovation by the audience.
His appearance has gone done down a treat with the US media, who gushed over the Prince on social media.
NBC Universal’s Mike Sington wrote on Twitter: “Prince Harry gets his name in lights, as he makes a rock star appearance to a standing ovation in Los Angeles.”
The Hollywood Reporter’s Chris Gardner added: “Well, he’s here!
“Los Angeles LOVES Prince Harry tonight - he gets electric reception and standing ovation as he steps out on the biggest stage since moving down the road in Montecito.”Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Prince Harry has been compared to a rockstar (Image: GETTY)
Prince Harry on stage at the Global Citizen's Vax Live event (Image: GETTY)
The event to promote coronavirus vaccines was Harry's first public appearance since Prince Philip's funeral on April 17.
It was also his first engagement in the US since he and Meghan gave their dramatic interview to Oprah Winfrey in March.
The concert raised donations to Covax, which is working to provide vaccines for low and middle-income countries.
It was hosted by US singer Selena Gomez and will be broadcast in