Prince Harry has chosen to honor his granny's illustrious 60 year reign by banging diligently on a tambourine for fat Gary Barlow's special Jubilee song.
Yes that's right! The party prince has teamed up with the lardy boy band legend to serenade the Queen at her Jubilee concert with an imaginatively titled little ditty called 'Sing'.
What Her Majesty, a self-confessed Leonard Cohen fan, will make of it is anybody's guess, but does the Royal Highness really need to be put through such a frightful ordeal at her age?
Of course she will remain a picture of stoicism as the blonde chubster warbles his way a new low in British pop and Prince Harry bangs the tambourine like a posh Bob Dylan, but inside she'll probably be seething with an incandescent and right royal rage that her eldest boy Prince Charles had encouraged such tomfoolery in the first place.
Could there be a Knighthood in this for you sir? Pictured above is the boy Barlow.
Apparently, Kate Middleton's father-in-law was the brainchild behind the single and suggested to the Take That crooner that the Queen would appreciate a track inspired by the Commonwealth.
Knowing a diamond encrusted opportunity when he sees one, Barlow wasted no time in asking the BBC , who were making a documentary about the recording of the track, for a 'royal' budget so he could swan around Australia, Kenya, Jamaica and the Solomon Islands on a quest for guest musicians, singers and, wait for it, inspiration.
Incidentally, the BBC are solely funded by an ancient and medieval tax called the 'TV license' which everyone in Britain has to pay or else they are thrown in prison.
Having returned from his jolly jaunt on other people's hard-earned money, Barlow announced to a Britain knee-deep in recession and debt, "Prince Charles said, 'If you really want the Queen to like this (the track), find people; go and travel and find people'. And it was at that point I had to go back to the BBC and say 'We need a bit more money because we've got to get on a plane a few times and go off round the world'.
The documentary somewhat embarrassingly called 'On Her Majesty's Service' will be screened in Britain in coming weeks. Meanwhile Barlow has revealed excitedly, "The Queen is absolutely delighted with the whole thing."
However, what she makes of Prince Harry's defining and definitive performance as Mr Tambourine man is anybody's guess.