As Corden took Harry to see the sights around Los Angeles, the pair made a pit stop at the mansion from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, where Harry promptly used the bathroom. Corden urged Harry to make the family who lives in the home an offer to buy it so that he could be a real-life prince living in the sitcom house. When Harry seemed unsure of the suggestion, Corden took the duke's phone to call Meghan.
The duchess was listed as "M" in Harry's phone, and Corden quickly FaceTimed her from outside of the iconic home.
"I'm here with the big man," he told a laughing Meghan, showing her the house behind him and sharing his plan.
"Well, that's wonderful. I think we've done enough moving," Meghan said, laughing. In the past year since their royal exit, the couple has relocated from their Frogmore Cottage estate in Windsor, England, to a brief stint in Canada, before permanently relocating to their Montecito, California, pad.
Meghan then asked Harry, "Haz, how's your tour of L.A. going?"
"Haz? I didn't know we're calling you Haz now," Corden said to Harry.
"Well, you're not my wife," Harry quipped.
Later in the interview, Harry revealed that he calls his wife "Meg." He also opened up about the moment he realized Meg could be the one.
"The second date I was starting to think, 'Wow, this is pretty special.' It was just the way we hit it off with each other, and we were just so comfortable in each other's company," he recalled.
Noting that when dating a member of the royal family, the initial dates have to be held in private, Harry said that the experience strengthened their relationship.
"So we got to spend an enormous amount of time just the two of us," he continued. "Rather than going to friends' houses or out to a dinner, where there were other distractions. There were no distractions, and that was great. It was an amazing thing. We went from zero to 60 in the first two months."