Prince Harry is currently out of the country on a weeklong trip to Japan and Singapore. The prince is not only taking part in a summit on sports values, but he is also participating in a charity polo tournament for his Sentebale organization.
After arriving in Japan on August 9, Prince Harry apparently got the chance to meet up with a South African choir behind the scenes of the sports summit. In a sweet interaction that was shared to social media, we got to see the prince joking with the choir and even getting a group hug from everyone.
However, it was not just his experience with the choir that has people talking. According to HELLO! Magazine, it seems as if Prince Harry was asked about places he would like to live and he revealed something interesting about where he might like to move in the future.
Where would Prince Harry like to live in the future?
According to the prince, "I would happily live here if you'd have me!" And since he was in Japan at the summit when he said this, it is clear that he was in fact speaking of that country when answering the question.
All things considered, the topic of moving is one on many royal fans' minds as there have been plenty of moving rumors surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. There has been talks of a potential move out of Montecito for Malibu for the family, and even some rumors that they might consider a return to the UK (we don't see that happening any time soon).
However, outside of the U.S., it sounds like Prince Harry would be interested in a possible move to Japan. And while we don't know if that is something that will ever happen, it is interesting to hear the prince sharing his desire to live in the country if he was able to.