It’s always sunny when Prince Harry is around.
The redheaded royal made a surprise appearance on Instagram Monday after Rob McElhenney posted a photo hanging out with him and his “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” star co-star Glenn Howerton.
In the picture, Prince Harry, 39, can be seen dressed in a black shirt and matching blazer while taking the selfie with McElhenney, 46, and Howerton, 47.
The photo was taken when the trio attended the soccer matchup between Inter Miami CF and Los Angeles at FC BMO Stadium in L.A. in September 2023.
“Aside from that slight allergic reaction to the nuts, 2023 was one of the best years of my life,” McElhenney captioned a carrousel of photos, which also included Charlie Day and wife Kaitlin Olson.
“Thank you to the people and places that made it possible,” the actor continued. “My life is full of love and joy because of you.”
He concluded: “So excited for 2024. I’ll stay away from the nuts.”
The Duke of Sussex was not the only celebrity to be featured in McElhenney’s slideshow.
McElhenney also shared a throwback with Ryan Reynolds, who co-owns the Wrexham British soccer team with him.
Prince Harry’s father, King Charles III, even made a cameo with wife Queen Camilla. The monarchs filmed a Season 2 episode of the sports documentary, “Welcome to Wrexham,” alongside McElhenney and Reynolds.
“So, the King of England called,” Reynolds, 46, said in a trailer for the FX series’ latest season. “We went to monarchy boot camp.”
“It’s like the military except your pinky’s always up,” he quipped.
Reynolds and McElhenney can be seen giving the royals a tour of the Racecourse Ground, which is reportedly the oldest soccer facility in the world, in the September 2023 episode.
“Rob and Ryan get a crash course in royal etiquette,” the show’s Instagram stated while showing the co-owners learning how to walk, shake hands and sit while in the presence of royalty.
“Everything starts with a first impression,” the duo’s etiquette coach said at the time.
Many commenters joked about McElhenney’s multiple run-ins with the royal family within the past year.
“That picture with Prince Harry is iconic,” one user wrote on his Instagram.
A second user asked: “Did you really try and fist bump the queen?”