British singer Gary Barlow was given the royal seal of approval at his London concert on Tuesday night (06Dec11) when newlyweds the Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge joined fans at the Royal Albert Hall.
Barlow performed two consecutive nights at the venue without his Take That bandmates in a bid to raise more than $640,000 (£400,000) for the Prince's Trust.
And to show support for Barlow's charity efforts, the charity's patron Charles, Prince of Wales took his seat in the audience alongside his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall.
But the real power couple at the event were newlyweds Prince William and his wife Catherine, who chatted to Barlow backstage before the show.
The star joked, "Good evening to our beautiful royal family. I hope you enjoy tonight and I hope it's not too loud," to which the prince replied, "The louder the better, the louder the better."
The royal relatives then took their seats in the royal box to huge cheers from the audience.
Barlow welcomed special guests Jason Donovan, Lulu and Olly Murs onstage as part of the charity gig.