Rita Ora Talks Royal Wedding Fever Over ‘Fun Prince’ Harry (Exclusive)

No one’s more excited for the royal wedding than Rita Ora!

The 27-year-old British singer and actress couldn’t help but gush about this May’s big event and her love of Prince Harry while speaking with ET’s Cameron Mathison at the Paris press junket for her film Fifty Shades Freed on Monday.

“He’s, like, the cool, fun prince, do you know what I mean?” she said of Prince Harry. “All my friends are like, since we’ve been growing up it’s like we wanna hang out with Harry. ‘Cause in our culture it’s like Prince Harry’s untouchable. You know, it’s a real thing.”

Ora, who recently visited Kensington Palace for a charity event, opened up about mingling with the royals in person.

“Of course I kept it respectful, and I’m respectful of his wedding, which I think is gonna be so fun,” she said. “I’m crazy, you know, I do love the royal family. I love everything about them. So it’s really nice to see him happy and everything making sense, but as a kid, everyone wanted to hang out with Harry, ‘cause he was the fun one.”

Harry is tying the knot with American actress Meghan Markle on May 19, and Ora says she’s “so happy” for the couple.

Love certainly is in the air as Ora promotes the latest installment of the Fifty Shades franchise, which comes out later this week. One big surprise from this film is that star Jamie Dornan will be singing in it.

“Jamie can sing!” Ora said of the Irish actor. She added that she didn’t think he was intimidated to sing in front of her, saying, “No, I don’t think he was. He was in the zone. He was loving it, I think.”

Fifty Shades Freed premieres Friday, Feb. 9.

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