The Duke of Sussex struck up a friendship with the TV presenter after his move to California, with James Corden also relocating from the UK several years ago.
In footage taken from the filming of the final episode, Harry can be seen dropping into the production studio and offering to lend a hand to the crew.
He asked after everyone and even fetched a drink for the show’s executive producer Ben Winston while he was hard at work.
The producer replied “Brilliant, thank you” as the Duke gave him a comforting pat on the back.
Dressed in a grey suit and black T-shirt Harry also held onto a rather fancy-looking drink as he observed proceedings.
Prince Harry behind-the-scenes at The Late Late Show
The final episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden
A caption on the video read: “Prince Harry surprise visit.”
After over eight years the 44-year-old presenter has stepped down as host of The Late Late Show as he and his family make the move back to the UK.
James and Harry have been close pals ever since Harry and his wife Meghan Markle set up home in Montecito, where they are raising their two children Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.
Harry and Meghan moved to the US in 2020
James Corden at Harry and Meghan’s wedding in 2018
James in turn has praised Harry for being a “devoted and loving husband” and said his experiences with the Sussexes have been “nothing but positive”.
In an interview with The Sun, James said: “I have a huge amount of respect and admiration for Harry, and anyone who has been around him and spent time with him would feel exactly the same way.
“I think he is a devoted and loving husband and father and I think what they have done [in turning away from royal life] is incredibly brave and I’ll always be in their corner.
Harry has been praised by James Corden for being a family man
Harry and Meghan made the decision to step down as working royals in 2020, however, it seems Harry was considering a move away from royal life well before he ever met his future wife.
In a recently unearthed interview from 2017, the Duke shared his desire to shrug off his privileged life as a young and directionless man, however, he made the decision to stay out of loyalty to Queen Elizabeth.
His charity work also inspired him to keep working as a royal, a legacy that he and Meghan are passionate about continuing through their Archewell Foundation.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK