In his ongoing quest to prove himself the most awesome of all the Royals – quite a task considering our personal affinity for
Duchess Catherine Kate Middleton – Prince Harry has outdone even his own super cool past achievements by scoring a #1 album in the U.K.
Well, sort of.
It's not his album, of course (though we'd certainly buy his album if he released one, out of pure curiosity and on principal), it's Take That's Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band's Diamond Jubilee-inspired Sing. Harry is featured on tambourine on the title track, "Sing," Billboard reports.
The song was recorded to celebrate Harry's grandmum's 60th year as the Queen of England, and was written by Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Webber, composer of such Broadway classics as "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Evita."
The only other #1 album to feature a member of the royal family, according to Alan Jones of Music Week (via Billboard), was The Official BBC Album of the Royal Wedding. That album commemorated the 1981 wedding of Harry's parents, Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, whose vows are heard on the track "The Marriage Service."
Harry has been busy recent charming
the pants off the world while on a global tour celebrating Queen Elizabeth's historic reign and talking about how he's ready to start making babies. Applications are currently being accepted for the lucky lady, but you best get to the back of the line because he's already mine.
Listen to "Sing" below.