The pop star and his royal highness are on a mission in Barbados, RiRi's native land ... bringing awareness on World AIDS Day. They happily demonstrated how easy it is to get tested.
Prince Harry has waved his scepter and spoken from the throne -- he wants the media to cut the crap when it comes to speaking ill of his new TV star girlfriend ... NOW.
Britain's prince issued a statement from Kensington Palace Tuesday saying a wave of recent harassment onto his new bird, Meghan Markle has finally crossed a line ... and he's had enough.
In the statement, Harry says Meghan's been subject to front page smears, sexism and outright racism in national newspapers and other media outlets ... not to mention feeling the wrath of "online trolls."
The statement goes on to say Harry is concerned for Meghan's safety and feels he hasn't been able to protect his new girlfriend, who's on the USA show, "Suits." He wants everyone involved to "pause and reflect" before any more damage is done.
Prince George got smushed as he left Canada ... in the super cutest of ways.
Georgie was about to take flight as he and the fam left the country and pressed his nose against the plane window on the way out.
He definitely wins by a nose.
The brood -- with Charlotte in the air and George secured by mommy and daddy -- arrived at Victoria Airport to begin their Canadian tour.
They were greeted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Trudeau.
Now that's a contest ... hotter couple.
Prince Harry showed the world ... staying sexually safe and responsible is super easy.
Harry took an HIV/AIDS test in front of the cameras, to show the world -- and especially the thousands of people in the UK who have the virus but don't know it -- it's as easy as sitting down and getting results just minutes later.
The test is nothing more than a pin prick. In Harry's case ... he's negative.
Harry's making HIV/AIDS part of his royal agenda ... something his mom did as well.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge signed a book of condolence Tuesday inside the U.S. Embassy in London ... with an American flag serving as their backdrop.
If the look on their faces didn't say enough ... their words did.
Harry was screaming through the big drop on Splash Mountain last week in Orlando ... and, no doubt, reminiscing about his 1993 visit to the park with Di and his big bro William.
They grow up so fast ...
Prince Harry put his own personal touch on the centuries-old "sport of kings" with a simple flip of the bird.
Harry and his steed were playing in the Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Cup in Wellington, Florida -- when someone pissed him off.
The person on the receiving end of that finger? Royally screwed.
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has plunged Canada into a world war of international trash talk ... with a video he made calling out the U.S. and Great Britain.
Those two countries have been embroiled in a NATO-threatening battle of words since last Friday ... all because of the Invictus games -- an international sporting competition between wounded servicemen.
We gotta say ... kudos to the Canucks for actually having your PM himself hit the deck for a couple of pushies ... which makes the mic drop a little more swag.
Seriously though, good luck to everyone involved with this great event ... especially the USA.
When Harry met hairy ... it was pretty awesome.
The Prince and his bro, Prince William, got big ole wookiee hugs from Chewbacca and met a bunch of other 'Star Wars' actors Tuesday while touring Pinewood Studios near London.
William made the visit as part of his duties as President of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Harry looked more than happy to tag along.
The royal bros even geeked out over lightsabers, but Will needs a better grip.