Prince Harry’s the “Spare” at the same time as a late-night TV visitor.

The exiled prince poked fun at his royal standing as he appeared on “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert — this time taking part in second fiddle to Hollywood celebrity Tom Hanks.

Colbert, 58, opened Tuesday night time’s present with a skit of him eagerly awaiting a VIP on the sting of a pink carpet alongside two trumpet heralds carrying regal uniforms.

“Where is he?” Colbert asks, pretending to anxiously look at his watch as a staffer runs in exclaiming: “He’s coming! He’s coming!”

As the trumpeters begin their fanfare — with regal-looking flags on their devices — Harry walks in and instantly protests at the royal reception.

“Stephen, not wanted, however thanks, I recognize it,” the prince says with mock earnestness.

Late Show skit shows Colbert saluting with regal-looking trumpeters.
Colbert pretended to greet Harry with a regal fanfare and salute.
Prince HArry pretends to be embarrassed by his fanfare welcome.
Harry pretended to be embarrassed, saying the fanfare was “not wanted, however thanks, I recognize it.”

“What are you speaking about?” Colbert then asks. “This isn’t for you! Get out of the best way — he’s coming!”

At that, the show’s A-list visitor, Hanks, then walks in, joking: “I’m again — the place’s my fanfare?”

Tom Hanks and Prince Harry together in their "Late Show" skit.
Tom Hanks walked in asking: “I’m again — the place’s my fanfare?”

As Colbert salutes, Harry — dressed in a grey swimsuit and dark-blue shirt — then pretends to look upset as he throws rose petals over the 66-year-old “Castaway” star.

Colbert then continued to joke at the Harry’s expense at the beginning of the episode, which was truly recorded Monday night time, over safety fears for the much-maligned prince.

Prince Harry pretends to throw rose petals over Tom Hanks.
Harry then pretended to be outraged as he threw rose petals over the true star visitor, Hanks.

“You have tuned in for a fairly large night time,” Colbert stated, pretending to discuss with Harry’s look — earlier than joking: “Because it’s Pat Benatar’s birthday. Happy birthday, Pat Benatar!”

He then pretended to out of the blue bear in mind he was additionally chatting to Harry, calling him the “lord of the gingers.”

When Harry lastly got here on for his interview, he was welcomed by the band taking part in Albert King’s “Born Under A Bad Sign.”

Harry interviewed by Colbert.
The exiled royal was greeted with enormous cheers and chants of “Harry! Harry!”

But the blues traditional was nearly drowned out by the screams and cheers of the studio viewers, a lot of whom chanted: “Harry! Harry!”

Harry additional joked at his predominant sob story about being dismissed as a “spare” there simply to assist the inheritor, his brother Prince William.

Seeing two chairs subsequent to Colbert’s desk, Harry quipped: “Is this the spare?”

Harry and Colbert clink glasses during "Late Show" interview.
Colbert served the prince booze, even after he admitted in his memoir to heavy consuming and drug use.

Colbert then served booze for the prince, who admitted to heavy consuming and drug use in his best-selling memoir, which went on sale hours earlier on Tuesday.

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